We love it when creatives take an object, concept or theme that they adore, and translate it into a fresh + beautiful source of wedding inspiration. The talented team behind today’s lovely styled shoot took influence from the sculptures + works of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, and we’re crazy about the minimal, geometric-inspired environment they created! The design + florals were beautifully executed by Belovely Floral and Event Design, and Emily Wren expertly captured the artful + unique vibe of the setting through her lens. Here’s a bit more about the concept from Emily:
We wanted to use Gaudi’s work as inspiration for this shoot. We brought Gaudi-esq color schemes, textures, and patterns into every aspect of the shoot so that it would be both a subtle thread throughout the shoot as well as an immersive experience, as if walking into one of the rooms Gaudi designed! We even incorporated a gecko for some shots , inspired by Gaudi’s famous lizard statue in his sculpture garden in Barcelona.
The ceremony space felt light + airy with a pretty geometric installation + simple bundles of greenery tied to the chairs.
This pretty tablescape is a major fave. The purposely wrinkled table drape + rusty vintage chairs juxtapose the more modern, minimal details perfectly.
These favors are pretty perfect, right?! Reminds me of Park Güell in Barcelona! :)
Such a fun cake + dessert assortment, provided by Cake Life.
And don’t miss out on the cute film by Willow Tree Films!
Today’s shoot is such great proof that you can find inspiration just about anywhere! Big thanks to the super talented folks below for sharing their work with us today!
photography: Emily Wren Photography // planning, design + florals: Belovely Floral and Event Design // venue: Reading Art Works Reading, Pennsylvania // videography: Willow Tree Films // hair + makeup: True Beauty Marks // rentals: Maggpie Vintage Rentals // dress: Lovely Bride // desserts: Cake Life