Modernism meets Monet! Today’s chic + artistic loft wedding inspiration incorporated a cool juxtaposition of minimalism and creative flair. With the groom in a soft-pink suit and floral tie, eye-catching line drawings on the walls, and a subdued + refined color palette, this editorial is a true work of art!
J. Noelle Design, the designer of the dress, tells us: The inspiration for this shoot came from a few different places. I have always loved Picasso’s line drawings—the simplicity and abstract nature of the shapes and faces is very intriguing. Then Monet’s Water Lilies shows a bold use of color and his work also has my heart. Between the inspiration from these two artists, a modern art lover’s dream wedding became the theme for this soirée. The design elements of line and color were key to bringing together this unique vision. Specially designed canvases with bold lines and shapes were displayed in a gallery style setting above the sweethearts’ table. The color palette was created using inspiration from Monet. Every detail was carefully selected for its color and design in order to create a unique and artistic vibe.
What better way to capture artsy minimalism than with these clean brushstroke paper goods from Kelsie Wolfley Designs?
Sweet Grace Floral brought together lovely creamy + pink blooms for the bride’s bouquet. We’re loving the sprigs of eucalyptus that add a pop of texture. (Garden roses + ruffled ranunculus are some of our faves.)
THAT DRESS. Isn’t is spectacular, especially with all the glittering sequins? Not only did J. Noelle Design create this editorial, but she also made that gown!
A fishtail crown with flowers woven in + loose curls. Abbey Simons, we’re definitely Pinning your work to reference later!
For more floral tie options, make sure to check out our GWS x Neck and Tie floral ties here!
Madelyn Jewell Floral designed a contemporary presentation or pageant-style bouquet with lots of eucalyptus and blooms in blush and berry tones. With both bouquets shown, a bride can draw inspiration from either the classic elegance or a modern and new take for her florals and both work in this setting.
The Artistic Reception
Danica with Vintage Goblets was in charge of curating pieces for the tablescape. Her vision was to keep with the minimalist vibe with simple white plates, solid English blue napkins, but then added a touch of whimsy with her own gorgeous blush goblets and sleek black eatery.
Hushed Commotion provided the loveliest hairpiece that is made of marbled silk flowers secured with opal beadwork. Simply exquisite!
Advice for Those Who Are Currently Planning:
Find pieces of your lives and relationships that speak to you as individuals and as a couple, then find ways to incorporate them into your wedding. This will allow for your personalities to shine through and make for a more unique and meaningful event. Like what we did with the artistic inspiration—this wedding was designed for the minimalist couple who love visiting art museums together on the weekends.
So much whimsy! Flour and Flourish truly captured the essence of this artistic meets minimalistic inspiration, don’t you think?
photography: Mary Jessica Photo // venue name: White Space Studio, Provo, Utah, USA // florals: Madelyn Jewell Floral // wedding dress: J. Noelle Design // bride's ring: Sierra West Jewelers // hair stylist: Abbey Simons // makeup artist: Abbey Simons // groom attire: Top Man and My Tie Shop // paper goods: Kelsie Wolfley Designs // cake: Flour and Flourish // tabletop rentals: Vintage Goblets // models: Shanya Krievins and Zach Taylor // florals: Sweet Grace Floral // ring box: The Mrs. Box // bridal turban: Bridal Turban // bride's earrings: J.Crew // bride's earrings, veil + headpiece: Hushed Commotion