When you combine a talented team of vendors, a unique idea and captivating details you get a little slice of heaven! The modern refined styled shoot that we’re sharing with you today is inspired by abstract art and contemporary architecture as well as the use of shapes, forms and colors. Dominant colors were the black and charcoal with varying shades of living coral. Mixed metals, translucent elements, colorful asymmetrical arrangements and dark touches created the perfect, contradictory result. The bride and the groom were both dressed in stunning elegant creations with a bit of modern flair. Get ready to feast your eyes on this modern, ultra-stylish styled shoot!
From Lauren Field Design: “Inspired by the intersection of modern architecture/abstract art and the evocative use of shapes, forms, and color (or lack thereof) inherent in both mediums, we wanted to reflect the simplicity and visual order of layering texture in a refined yet dramatic fashion.
“At The Prospect House, the captivating display of simple materials, lofty exposed structure, and abundant natural light provide a stunning backdrop reminiscent of an art gallery. These experiential characteristics of proportion, scale, and light/reflection became driving factors for all aspects of the design”.
“We selected a palette of tone-on-tone hues of jet black and charcoal infused with varying shades of living coral. The high contrast decor was paired with architectural accents of concrete, mixed metals, and translucent elements as a nod to the thoughtful architecture of the venue. The ceremony installation was meant to channel the poetic brushstrokes of an abstract expressionist painting. For the table, we chose a charcoal velvet tablecloth layered with luster glassware, matte black flatware, and colorful asymmetrical arrangements influenced by the art of Ikebana flower arranging. The cake was a dark silhouette of impressive texture atop lucite on a dramatically high table with an avant-garde vibe”.
“The bride and groom were both dressed in elegant silhouettes with a bit of modern flair; the groom in a velvet jacket, the bride in a runaway train of tiered tulle. The bridal look was feminine yet edgy with a classic chignon to showcase the statement of the gown.”