Who doesn’t love Chanel? And what could make Chanel even better? A little splash of Brooklyn! This shoot mixes the classic with the modern in a perfect way…its soft but still graphic and fun!
I’ve been spotting geometric origami projects left and right and there’s no better place to use them than in a modern wedding reception. Try a bunch of them as centerpieces for a a table, or hanging overhead as lanterns. Or create a pattern out of paper and adhere them to a wall. There are so many ways to use them and they add a clean, fresh vibe to the event.
by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
We’ll be taking the 4th and 5th off for the holiday, so have a great long weekend and see you back here on Monday!
What perfect way to round out that super-moon from over the weekend than with a galaxy inspired wedding shoot! This one headed by Margaux Fraise of Harmony Creative Studio was executed perfectly with pops of pinks and purples, and given a modern edge with geometrics all over the place!
LOVE this idea of caging the centerpieces….its so different and instantly makes everything more modern! They’re as easy as gluing wooden dowels into geometric shapes, then spraypainting.
Styling: Margaux Fraise, Harmony Creative Studio
Photography: Lukas and Suzy VanDyke
Shoot Location: Lot 613
Floral Design: Primary Petals
Make-Up: Alexandra Flores, Elegance By Alex
Hair: Lauren Prohaska
Papergoods: Amanda Habbershaw Creative
Event Rentals: Premiere Party Rentals
Cake: A Sweet Design
Models: Jessica Lenz, Andrew Castaneda, Alexandra Flores
Bride’s Dress: Topshop
Groom’s Jacket: Forever 21
Bridesmaid’s Dress: Romwe.com
Groom’s Shoes: Nike
Bride’s Shoes: Forever 21
Jewelry: Stylist’s Own
[images from Lukas and Suzy VanDyke]
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