Have you heard of the legend of “the red thread”? According to Chinese legend, two people are connected by a red thread and no matter of time, distance, or circumstances can keep them apart. The magical cord, or red thread, may stretch or tangle, but never break. It’s quite a lovely concept and we couldn’t help but think about it when we first saw today’s wedding featuring tons of embroidery and thread!
When Artem at Feerique Events began working with Andrey and Dasha, they wanted to do something classic, with a major influence from art. Artem tells us: When we realized there was some connection to embroidery in Dasha’s life, and her dress contained embroidery, we decided to roll with it! We wove the embroidery technique throughout the day: into the invitations, the ceremony backdrop, and even into the reception setting.
It truly was a masterpiece stitched together and you’re going to have to see the photos Artem Vindrievsky snapped in order to believe it!
What a beautiful way to begin the morning with your love…walking together in the forest!
The Artistic Ceremony Space
Now THAT is a work of art!!
The small rhino lurking in the flowers is not by chance, but rather because the groom collects rhino figurines! Therefore, rhinos served as table numbers, and even the cuffs of the groom were in the form of small rhinos. All about the personalized details!
Feerique Event & Emotions shares: For the wedding backdrop we welded hoops together with embroidered florals in each circle…the whole work took around 17k stitches—and 10 people worked on it throughout the week—but it was so worth it!
The idea is that with one thread, these two are connected. Artem shares: She is gentle and feminine, like a flower. He is courageous and reliable, and sturdy like a wall. They are completely different, but when they are woven together, they form a single whole: a work of art.
More rhinos, of course! Because florals and embroidery were the main motif of the wedding, colorful thread *tied* everything together.
For the reception, they found a hotel outside of Moscow with a huge tent and a view of the lake. How pretty are those soft pink and purple hues?
We’re big fans of the hanging florals in mini vases that are hung from the crosshatch hoops!
Classic, yet artistic, we think they totally captured those two concepts!
What a work of art! To see more from this creative day, take a peek at this video from Fresh Feeling Studio:
photography: Artem Vindrievsky // venue name: Hotel Bosikom, Moscow, Russia // event design: Feerique Event & Emotions // planning: Feerique Event & Emotions // florals: Wood And Bloom // videography: Fresh Feeling Studio // music: Dirty Dance // photo booth: Smiletogether