Featured in the Summer 2017 Issue of MunaLuchi Bride Magazine.
Built in 1882, the historic Phoenixville Foundry, a local symbol of industrial past, is the perfect setting for this gorgeous industrial chic styled shoot currently featured in the 2017 Summer Issue of MunaLuchi Bride Magazine. Bold, sleek, and stylish – the industrial atmosphere partnered with the chic tablescape, bride & groom attire, and florals & decor compliment each other perfectly – and the cake is a work of art! This inspiring styled shoot is a design any bride & groom-to-be would love to feature on their most special of days!
Read all about the inspiration behind this gorgeous industrial chic styled shoot – beautifully captured by MunaLuchi Coterie member Sheronda Seawright of Sheronda Seawright Photography, with videography by DMV MunaLuchi Coterie Ambassador Chip Dizard of Chip Dizard Weddings, and event decor & florals by MunaLuchi Coterie member Event Loft. See the entire venue list below, and view the complete selected image gallery here.
“We pulled inspiration from the look of Phoenixville Foundry to tie into our shoot. When we took a look at the venue we determined the theme should be Industrial Chic. From the chic look of the elegant chandeliers and stellar space to the industrial look of the corkscrew wall embellishments and dark colors we wanted to tie that into our theme.
“The industrial/edgy look of our bride is displayed from her eye catching waist-bearing gown to her stunning bridal ball gown with jeweled embellishments on the straps. We wanted to show her going from super edgy to super chic from the first to the last dress. This is coupled with her bold color lip and smoky eye make-up. Her hair is a perfect combination of edgy and chic with her commanding high bun. Bethany did an awesome job with both hair and make up. Her groom compliments her well with his bold boutonniere and corresponding pocket square matching her lip color perfectly along with his sleek black tuxedo.
“Dana (of Desserts by Dana) pulled inspiration for the bold black cake from both the venue and the look of the bridal gowns. The dark color of the cake is directly correlated to the darken look of some of the industrial architecture in the venue. He nicely pulls in the chic piece into the cake with the floral and jeweled embellishments which is similar to the colors of the table floral decor and the adornments in each bridal gown.”
~ Sheronda Seawright of Sheronda Seawright Photography
“The inspiration for the color palette came from the pink wine glasses. These glasses elevated the table deign and although industrial, they made it also chic. I wanted something to pop in the space since the woodwork was dark and it was an old factory with beautiful architecture the colors played well off of the interior. The design of the floral was to feel as if they were lush flowers floating and gave flow to to table as well.”
~ Eilena from Event Loft
Venue – Phoenixville Foundry
Event Décor & Florals – Event Loft
Chairs – Vision Furniture Rentals
Linens – Tabletop Furniture
Cake – Desserts by Dana
Hair & Makeup – Bethany Bell of Queen B
Male Model – Andrew Cunningham
Female Model – Emerald Mayne
Photographer – Sheronda Seawright Photography
Videographer – Chip Dizard Weddings
Bridal Gowns #2 & #3 – The Dress Matters
Stationery – Paper Thin Fancy
Groom Tuxedo – Rudi’s Formal Wear
Groom Accessories – Armstrong & Wilson