Say hello to these funky fresh electric pastels! Rebecca at Wolf and Wildflower Photography wanted to create an exciting editorial that brought in a mixture of moody and industrial vibes. The electric component comes in with all the neon signage, bright pops of pink, plus the industrial setting. And the pastel? Well, pastel was incorporated everywhere else!
She shares: It was something very different, and I was inspired when I saw an image that another vendor had created which was a very large stack of pastel pink crates with florals popping out the side.
Now, let’s get this show rollin’!
We weren’t kidding when we said there was a TON of colorful hues interspersed into this editorial. Case in point? This *poppin’* invitation suite by Life is Peachy, is just that — POPPIN’.
It’s a necessity to wear a non-traditional dress for an urban + eclectic editorial, right? We certainly think so!
How dapper is the groom in his get-up from Rundle Tailoring?
Do you love hand-painted leather jackets as much as us? This one Artistry by Jasmine crafted is too cute! What if we told you we put together a DIY so you can create your own? Yup, we did just that! :)
The Electric Ceremony Space
To really bring the industrial vibe in, Rebecca, her husband + 1969 Floristry created all the cubed boxes. How much fun would these be for an office space after the big day?
Florals GALORE!! 1969 Floristry tied the whole industrial backdrop together with a collection of greenery + blooms.
The Bites + Funky Fresh Tablescape
We need the recipe for these cocktails from The Roaming Eagle ASAP!
Not only did they bring in the string industrial lights via Love Glows on the bronze arch (so cool!), but even with all the eclectic hues, everything melted together beautifully!
We’ve seen acrylic sheets for invitations and escort cards, but not really for vows… isn’t this such a beautiful keepsake?!
Sketch and Etch, you knocked it out of the park with this adorable sign.
The ‘Treat Yourself’ Spread
Treat your self… running with the industrial theme along with all the pastel hues, Mae Petite Cake Design created a serious spread of sweets.
There were so many DIY elements to this editorial: the painted crates, up-cycled glass plates from thrift shops (the backs of which were painted to bring in the pastel hues), and ombré candles.
Rebecca shares some parting advice: Pick something that is totally different from every other theme that is popular at the moment. As much as I love boho and vintage vibes, it’s very popular and that is why I created the idea of the Electric Pastel editorial, because it’s something very different, yet super fun!
And to sure to check out the fun video by Little Ruby…
So, so, so much fun! Major kudos to Wolf and Wildflower Photography + the rest of the creative team!
photography: Wolf and Wildflower Photography // venue name: Sprout Restaurant and Dining, Newcastle, NSW, Australia // event design: Bek of Wolf and Wildflower Photography // florals: 1969 Floristry // wedding dress: White Meadow Bridal // hairpiece: Crystal Eclipse Crowns // hair stylist: Hair By Chlo // makeup artist: Caitlyn Denny Makeup Artist // groom attire: Rundle Tailoring // videography: Little Ruby // paper goods: Life is Peachy // cake: Mae Petite Cake Design // desserts: Mae Petite Cake Design // lighting: Love Glows // arbour, plinths + cake stands: Confetti Party Hire // laser cutting + signage: Sketch and Etch // rustic bar + cocktails : The Roaming Eagle // handmade candles (small white, and dark pastel pink) : Kerti // candles (white in glass jars) for hire: Henry and Audrey // table artwork + leather jacket: Artistry by Jasmine // styling props (brown bottles, black candle holders, lights above table + circle rug): Whimsical Fox Events // styling props (gold rectangles on table) : The Wedding Designers