Styled Social Philadelphia: Art Inspired Wedding Ideas
Classic art was the name of the game for Styled Social Philadelphia, a photographer playdate at a well-known art gallery filled to the brim with chic details in warm hues. A few of the visual goodies you can expect to see in the gallery ahead are a two-piece wedding dress with an intricate lace bodice, a citrus colored bouquet and a marbled dinner set we’re adding to our imaginary registry right now. We hope these art inspired wedding ideas warm your heart + fuel your design fire!
Okay, Emily Wren … you’re blowing us away with these detailed portraits that tell an unforgettable visual story! We’re enamored even more with every passing frame!
Devon & Pinkett planned each chic detail with care and intention as she brought together solids and patterns in an artful tangle.
Persimmon meets aubergine in this warm color way that complements the venue oh-so well. Ram Floral totally knocked it out of the park!
Now PAFA is a masterpiece in its own right, but we think these sleek vignettes across the gallery rooms made for some extraordinary scenes.
There’s effortless grace in this Kelly Faetanini gown from Liberty and Lace Bridal. Featuring an intricate lace bodice with a keyhole back and dramatic train, we’d probably skip from each part of the wedding day just for the movement!
The petite naked cake from Cake Life added understated elegance to this jaw-dropping scene, and yes… those slices were just what the doctor ordered!
Top Knots by Aimee gave our bride a loose, low chignon with a casually swept middle part, while Shimmer and Spice added a natural, yet sensual makeup glow with peachy lips.
This mod luxe marble dinner set from Lovely Luxe Rentals, along with all the glorious tableware, caught our eyes and held our gaze… for several hours. Can you blame us?
And man, were we feeling these mid-century style ghost chairs from Allaire Rentals!
We will never be able to get over the fact that these silk flowers from Afloral look unmistakably real. And the best part? Silk flower arrangements allow you to repurpose for other wedding events or decorate your home after the big day!
The groom sported a sharp navy tuxedo from Stitch & Tie – complete with velvet bow tie! And ’tis the season for velvet, am I right?
The cherry on top was the pretty snail mail from Papery of Philly – glistening with silver foil stamping and custom sketchwork that tied back to the art museum venue!
As if this wasn’t already good enough, we’ve got a video in store – a truly artistic masterpiece from Schoen Films:
Photography: Emily Wren
Videography: Schoen Films
Floral Design: Ram Floral
Planning: Devon & Pinkett
Suit: Navy Lorenzo Tuxedo from Stitch & Tie
Bridal Boutique: Liberty and Lace Bridal
Wedding Gown: Kelly Faetanini
Hair Stylist: Top Knots by Aimee
Makeup Artist: Shimmer and Spice
Tabletop Rentals: Lovely Luxe Rentals
Furniture Rentals: Allaire Rentals
Paper Goods: Papery of Philly
Cake: Cake Life
Floral Provider: Afloral
Model: Alexis Burkhardt
Shoes: Badgley Mischka