Less is certainly more in this contemporary tablescape with bold black hues. We’re ready to be swept away in the romance of it all, and the little voice in our heads saying “take me, I’m yours!” could not be louder. Flickering candles light the space with an airy ambiance and mysterious glow we’re dying to see more of. So get cozy, cause you’re not gonna want to look away anytime soon.
Have you ever seen an invitation suite so detailed?? Elins Art Studio has set the bar as high as Heaven for paper goods!
So much perfection in these images from Cecelina Photography – this scene is surely something out of a dream!
Combining raw, organic textures with bold, artful designs, Weddings By Emily Charlotte creates a vision that breathes life into the history of the space.
This sleek white gown from Augusta Jones gives her an ethereal, goddess type of beauty. We’re feeling some kind of way about it!
While natural light peeks in from the windows, it’s the lush arrangements from Joanne Truby Floral Design that brighten up the room.
Ask us how mesmerized we are by this moody black gown from Katya Katya London . The limit does not exist!
Bold chairs from Co-ordination Catering look almost striped with the light seeping in, adding even more texture to the monochromatic tableware.
From the photographer, Cecelina Photography: Black has always made a statement; whether it’s our trusty LBD or our favourite pair of heels, it’s our ‘safe’ option that without a doubt features in every woman’s wardrobe one way or another. So why is it that black feels that little bit more daring when incorporated into a wedding?
For this inspirational shoot we wanted to show that modern trends can be beautifully intertwined with tradition to produce a stylish, sophisticated event. Chichester Guildhall provided the perfect classical venue for the basis of the shoot. Authentic, stonewashed walls formed the backdrop for our minimal set up, and became our color inspiration – idyllic with the bold, statement black.
A clean, contemporary feel was at the forefront of our design inspiration, so details such as table decor, and stationery were kept minimal and fresh. Similarly, with a nod to fashionable grazing tables, we used the venue’s natural features to create a food display instead of the more traditional cocktail hour or wedding cake.
The whole concept of the inspiration shoot centered around less is more. Daring tones and modern simplicity mixed with archetypal traditions to produce an inspirational setting.
Photography: Cecelina Photography
Event Planning: Weddings By Emily Charlotte
Floral Design: Joanne Truby Floral Design
Venue: Chichester Guildhall
White Dress: Augusta Jones
Black Dress: Katya Katya London
Hair and Makeup Artist: Amanda White
Hair Accessories: Eden B Studio
Rings: Sarah Brown Jewellery
Ring Boxes: La Petit Box
Tabletop and Chairs: Co-ordination Catering
Fabric: Silk And Purl
Plates: Broste Copenhagen
Candle Holders: IKEA
Invitations: Elins Art Studio
Model: Mei-Li at Basemodels