Having an elopement does not mean you have to compromise on style.
If anything, smaller weddings are an opportunity to amp up the design and details in your decor. Today’s styled shoot shows how to do just that.
Planner Linda Wright of Keynote Events shares,
This styled shoot is a reflection of my appreciation of art. It’s amazing how a painting or sculpture could evoke a response, a feeling, and if you’re not alone, a conversation. I wanted to create a vision that could evoke a feeling by embracing color, lines, shapes, and textures. Incorporating the metal of copper with ivory and various versions of blue was stunning as each color was able to be showcased in its own way – Blue through the linens, copper through the small details throughout the tablescape and signage, and white through the florals and bridal design.
Overall, it was important to maintain a level of simplicity to this design, as this was an elopement shoot, and with most elopements, less is more. During an elopement, some details matter, but love is at the root of the event. Art is the timeless expression of one’s truth. Within that truth lies love, beauty, danger, and even fear. What’s your truth?Linda Wright of Keynote Events
See all of the gorgeous details below.
- Photographer | Jon Fleming
- Planning & Design | Keynote Events, LLC
- Model | Amanda Bertholf | @mandabear2016
- Model | Josh Huff | @samuraihuff
- Hair | @hairkrushstudio | Kari Lawal-Edwin
- Makeup | Modernly Beautiful Makeup, LLC | Dyneisha Felder
- Florals | @Vividexperience Vivian Duru
- Bridal Gown Designer | @danhistrycouture Dantrese Canady
- Menswear | @miguelwilsoncollection https://www.miguelwilson.com/
- Venue | American Institute for Architects (AIA)
- Cake/Desserts | @Patsicakes | Patsicakes, LLC | Patsy Lowe
- Stationery/Signage | @signedbyb Brittany Canady