1. Hudson Valley Minimalist Loft Wedding With Tropical Detailing

    Inspired by real life couple Jennifer and Chris, who married in the Dominican Republic, a team of Hudson Valley wedding vendors wanted to create seasonless styled tropical wedding inspiration.  The result is a dreamy little minimalist loft wedding that blends a modern atmosphere with tropical fauna.  Freeing themselves from seasonal restraints, the design evokes a windswept outdoor aesthetic in a fresh urban way by housing Lady Slipper Orchid stems in solitary glass vessels by the plenty.  The bride's look is another nod to tropics, a lace wedding dress that features a convertible skirt, something perfect for tropical destination weddings.  Keeping in the more modern loft wedding spirit, a lace overlay from BHLDN was added, giving the overall look a more timeless, classic feel.  Simple, delicate, well appointed details are the touches that bring this minimalist loft wedding to life.  There is a beauty in the retrain and flavor in the dash of color.

  2. Minimalist Cloudscape Wedding In Atlanta

    As someone who has delivered a number of styled editorals for major brands, I say with no hesitation that articulating an idea isn't always the easiest task! Certain creatives (themes) come together easily while others, those more abstract in nature, really require your art director A-game to evolve and fully bake. Imagine selecting a style that is derived from the heavens themselves, the very clouds that dance around us! Now imagine turning that inspiration into actual tangible things, no easy task right? Exactly that principle is what I am utterly loving about this styled cloudscape wedding. This team of wedding pros from Atlanta, Georgia's ability to turn an almost intangible concept, into a dreamy wedding you can actually touch.  Dancing in a palette of whites, grays and blues, the team put together a cloudscape wedding this is equal parts romantic as it is minimalist modern.  I wont spoil it by ranting on about the various details, I'll allow your mind to wander the very same way it does when you gaze up at the clouds on a sunny day...