When I first met Molly, an architect, we both arrived wearing variations of a white shirt, black pants – which told me that we’d collaborate really well, and our conversations quickly turned from away from pinterest and wedding boards, and towards her and her fiancé’s favorite architects, films, and artists. It was exciting to turn to the spaces that inspire her as the basis of our design, and when they passed this Minted Adagio invitation our way, I had a hunch that the end result would be pretty incredible. Their ceremony took place in the backyard of her grandfather’s mid-century house near Pasadena, and the reception just down the street at the CalTech Athenaeum. We talked about how to create a consistent language between the two different locations and their respective time periods, and yet play off each’s strengths to create a layered experience for their guests. It was the ultimate play between new and old, modern and traditional, and this overgrown and colorful collaboration was even more stunning in person! [Moon Canyon made all of our floral dreams come true.]
Sources after the jump! [… not to mention some of James Moes’ beautiful final photography soon. Hold tight kittens.]
Today, we’re sharing Part II of Emma + Brian’s autumn wedding in Indianapolis featured on Snippet & Ink. It was so much fun to put together and an honor to get to be a part of their big day. This post features photography from their sophisticated and romantic country club reception. More photos from James Moes below of the intricate details that pulled the reception together.
We’re happy to share that Emma + Brian’s wedding is up on Snippet & Ink! Autumn in Indianapolis is exactly what the season should be. Cool, crisp, and bursting with rich color. Emma and Brian were looking for a classic and sophisticated celebration that incorporated their love for all things Austin.
We began by creating a classic invitation suite with a custom crest, deep, marsala silk ribbon, and a gold wax seal. The marsala color was carried throughout the wedding in the bridesmaid dresses, florals, and table settings. We then created depth and dimension in the florals by combining shades of blush pink and cream, along with touches of greenery.
Stay tuned for Part II where we’ll share photos of the reception. Thanks to the team of amazing vendors that helped us to make everything possible!
More photos after the jump!
Today we’re sharing Part II of Kristina + Barrett’s garden party inspired wedding at Martha Stewart’s Westchester, New York estate (see Part I here). Kristina’s gorgeous beaded Alon Livne gown and photos by Charlotte Jenks Lewis make it all pretty hard to resist. More photos below and for wedding tips and lots more from the bride, check out our Martha Stewart Weddings feature here!
We’ve been patiently (or maybe not-so patiently) awaiting the day that we could share these images with all of you! This September, we had the incredible opportunity to design and produce a wedding at Martha Stewart’s breathtaking Westchester, NY estate. Kristina and Barrett came to us looking for a lush and sophisticated take on a garden party celebration. And garden party we did!
Martha’s Upstate New York property offered the perfect backdrop for our garden inspiration with incredible greenhouses, acres of grassy fields and forest, and most any plant one could hope for. And if you know us, you know we hope for ALL of the plants. The bride, who also happens to be Martha’s niece, (we know– we were bummed to hear we couldn’t rent the property ourselves!) wore a remarkable Alon Livne White gown that we’re still lusting over. A delicately beaded top, illusion neckline, and fitted crepe skirt and our dreams have come true.
The winter issue of Martha Stewart Weddings hits newsstands today. Grab a copy to see the feature along with some tips straight from Martha and the bride herself on creating your dream wedding!
Check out more photos after the jump and stay tuned for Part II