From Alicia, the photographer: “It’s not an embellishment to say that there are new trends almost daily in the wedding industry. In the past few years, we’ve seen everything from floral crowns, blush bridesmaid gowns, loose updos, and wild bouquets just to name a few! And while some trends seem to fade as quickly as they arrive, many are here to stay. One that I
From Danielle, the planner: “This styled shoot and grand opening of Highland Country Barn, one of New York’s newest event venues, featured rustic, autumn-inspired decor. The shoot feature incredibly romantic floral displays along with beautiful candles and unique vintage touches. The style stayed true to the historic elements of the gorgeous restored barn, but also added modern touches with geometric shapes and metallic colors. The
From Laura, the event planner: “I wanted to create a shoot featuring a diverse LGBTQ couple. I am a huge advocate for the LGBTQ community. I try to give back to this community as much as possible and I wanted to celebrate them in this shoot! This shoot takes place at the Colvin House, a brand new events venue, coworking space, and Historic Landmark in
From Emily, the stylist: “We wanted to give a shout out the modern, artfully inspired bride. She’s the girl who doesn’t want to wear hiking boots and get married under a waterfall but could spend hours wandering around an art museum. We played with geometric lines, bright pops of color, and an urban background. We wanted to show couples what could be done, rather than
From Gaby, the photographer: “We had the opportunity to shoot Lauren at sunrise in Central Park, which is such an iconic location. We wanted the modern element of the Galia Lahav dresses to complement the tradition and history of the timeless New York City location. The gown’s free-flowing skirt perfectly communicates the daring boldness of the modern bride, and when coupled with soft lace and
From Virginie, the photographer: “This shoot was inspired by the beautiful colors of fall and once we met our real couple we knew we had to sprinkle in some sexy elements too. The groom showed up with a steel guitar which led us to an impromptu jam session in the yard followed by a glamour boudoir session in the Manor’s suite. This couple was recently
From Olivia, the photographer: “This inspiration shoot took place at the newly remodeled Queen Anne’s Loft in downtown Newport, Rhode Island. This charming, sweet venue is in the heart of the city with crisp white walls, traditional trim, unique lighting fixtures, and a stunning bar. This session was a foodie’s dream come true! We focused on local flavors, small bites and our color palette of
With a stunning white barn as the backdrop for this inspirational shoot, the black gowns and deep red floral arrangements create a dramatic contrast that gives this rustic wedding scene an edge. From the cake and macaroons accented in gold to the feathered details throughout, the mix of nontraditional texture and color make for a bold alternative to the classic wedding aesthetic.
From Nicole Pasternack, the photographer: “This was a simple, organic styled shoot, featuring a lush velvet table runner with gold accents and neutral florals. Enchanting greenery accented the white walls making a perfect spot for portraits and vows. The hand-calligraphed invitation suite was the perfect touch of elegance for this shoot. For this styled shoot, we wanted to create romantic elegance from simple details and
Winter is all about textures and this styled shoot by Vivid Vibes Event Planning and The Howard Brand highlights different elements ideal for a winter elopement or bridal celebration in the city. The deep rich jewel tones of burgundy, violet, red, white, black, silver, gold with pops of green played a huge part in the city chic feel the bride and groom were trying to achieve.