Is it possible to be moody and bright at the same time? We think so, and this bright + moody elopement inspiration is all the proof! You’ve got a bright, warehouse-like space, filled with moody details like neutral + black florals, tall pillar candles, a PIANO, and loads of texture. Melanie, who photographed the day, told us a little bit about what it was like to reunite with friends (they’re in Switzerland…and we are jealous) to create something after a time of quarantine:
This day was marked with many emotions. To finally meet friends outside after lockdown and catch up on the long-planned (and postponed) shoot, tears of joy had to flow! Our idea was to give the modern industrial look a little bit of the breath and flair of fine art. Bright rooms, large windows, rough plaster, and a lot of concrete brought the charm of something old and industrial which we met with a counterpart of pampas grass, black feathers, the most beautiful roses, a flowing table setting, and matching stationery.
With design by Myawina, the team worked with a color concept of black and antique pink, with gold details. Sound dreamy? You bet — and we’ve got photos Melanie and Rafael Munoz by to prove it!
An invitation + vow book by Mathilda Lundin to set the tone for modern-day romance.
Sophisticated Bridal Style
Loving this sleek gown by Agata Wojtkiewicz and from Wild Spirit Lovers Bridal. The neckline and that modern slit — just so sophisticated and gorgeous!
What a stunning bouquet by Myawina! A lot of textures (feathers!) pieced together here for a rather unique effect, don’t you think?
Bright Tablescape for a Moody Elopement
The bright table was punctuated with black candles, table runners in delicate nudes + pinks, simple black chairs, and moody florals.
We love this tabletop design with pieces from Lollo’s! How pretty are those gilded gold branches with the matte flatware?
Vow to Cherish
We’re TOTALLY getting Oscars after-party vibes!
Glam, moody, romantic — covers all the bases.
Just loving everything about this look — especially her classic nude shoes! Elongating, stylish, and a touch sexy, don’t they just go perfectly with that front slit?
Elopement followed by a serenade? Yes, please.
Finishing out the day in a new bridal look with this Divine Atelier dress! Thanks to the team for sharing this bright + moody elopement inspiration — here’s to more creating IRL!
photography: Melanie and Rafael Munoz // event design: Myawina and Rebea // florals: Myawina // wedding dress: Agata Wojtkiewicz // wedding dress boutique: Wild Spirit Lovers Bridal // bride's ring: Baianaroom // hair stylist: Isabelle // makeup artist: Isabelle // paper goods: Mathilda Lundin // calligraphy: Mathilda Lundin // desserts: Mimis Cupcakes (cookies) // tabletop rentals: Lollo's // furniture rentals: Atelier Dies und Das // linen rentals: Silk Dreams Boutique (silk ribbons) // models: Celine and Jürgen // second dress: Divine Atelier // bride's other ring: Pinksand
Beautiful elopement. Congratulations to you both!