Making art is about taking a journey. This shoot, has had quite the journey over the last two years and to that end…yes, making art requires unrelenting patience. Two years ago we traveled to Southern Utah, with two of the most inspiring photographers I’ve had the pleasure to know. With a common vision and shared passion we embarked on a journey to express all the creative energy bubbling up inside of us. Sepia had long been an inspirational concept for me artistically and I wanted to somehow translate it into a tangible moment.
All began with this Pinterest board, where I gathered my thoughts….
Rose gold foil for the wedding invitations was the driving force behind the look.
I love how it glistens….ahh!
Southern Utah light is magical…I’ve never been to Venice, but I can’t imagine anything better.
I developed an abstract pattern for the table linen…By Bloomers always blows my mind with their eye.
Oh the Watters Gowns….miles and miles of frothy blush texture….
Palm sized programs with close-up vies of the botanical pattern. Touches of white ink were mingled with the blush and coral watercolor. Stunning. Couple’s names were handwritten on each – adore this simple touch.
Photographer – With Loves and Embers :: Concept, Styling, Stationery & Custom Linens – Momental Designs :: Production & Design – Forevermore Events :: Location – Sand Hollow Resort in Hurricane, Utah :: Hair & Makeup - Julie Thomas :: Florals – Bloomers :: Calligraphy – Moya Minns :: Sweets: Carly from 25 Main – Vintage Rentals – Big Day Vintage :: Gowns: Watters
Envisioning a dreamy, lakeside watercolor for Danielle honoring a childhood retreat for both Bride and Groom. Washy colors or blush, gold and creams, oh yes please.
Oh my, oh my, oh my!! This real wedding has my heart with it’s breezy elegance and sophistication paired with wonderful moments of personality. For the Wedding Invitations, Liz, the Bride was inspired by the magical quality of Chinoiserie patterns. Birdcages made an appearance…of course.
Table number perfection.
The monogram made another appearance on this lovely Sweet & Saucy cake!
A close-up of the original artwork created for Liz!
Photography – Caroline Tran :: Videographer – o-bear-o :: Florist – LV floral events :: Invitations – Momental Designs :: Ceremony Venue – private residence :: Reception Venue – private residence :: Caterer – les 3 sens cater :: Hair & Makeup – Yana Beauty Studio :: Lighting - A Rental Connection :: Desserts - Sweet & Saucy :: Event Design and Planning – Lovely Jubilee :: Musicians – Fiddlestix :: Rentals – Found Vintage Rentals