Lace and Film Wedding Ideas
Piggybacking on all the great ideas to be found in this morning’s Vintage Film Love Shoot, Event Designer Gianna SanFilippo of Chic Celebrations, with gorgeous florals by Heavenly Blooms and photographer Krista Mason, along with a dream team of vendors, created this drop dead gorgeous wedding shoot inspired by film and lace. You’ve seen the engagement inspiration, now they are going to show us the transformation to a wedding:
View all images from this wedding in the gallery
Wedding Vendors (Los Angeles, CA):
Event Venue: Monk Space / Wedding Photographer: Krista Mason / Event Designer: Gianna SanFilippo of Chic Celebrations / Wedding Flowers: Heavenly Blooms / Wedding Cupcakes: Cupcakes Couture / Furniture Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals / Flatware, China, Glassware: Casa de Perrin / Wedding Invitations: AzulSahara / Calligraphy: The Left Handed Calligrapher / Napkins: La Tavola Linens
Love the table centrepieces.
I also think the table runner is just fantastic, I wonder if there is a way to do this fairly cheaply? Such a good idea and something for the guests to look at too!
By far one of my favorite shoots. Love the cameras and lace. Yippie! Thanks for the beautiful feature and wonderful team that brought it all together!
The cameras are definitely a plus in our books : D
I love the mixture of the elements. So much texture!
Gorgeously unique shoot with wonderful details.
Love the different textures, the cool light fixture, picture table runner, that amazing cake with the air plant on top, the black and white stripe ribbon on the bridal bouquet, the succulent viburnum ranunculus air plant hydrangea flowers used in the centerpieces and bouquet, the vintage furniture, the film canister names…very cool shoot! One of my favorite!
What an absolutely stunning wedding!
absolutely loved this idea…..I was wondering where a person could find all the old film cases for the name place settings….Does anyone know?
can you tell me where to get the rolls of film to make the name cards? Doing a shower and love this idea
Could you tell me how the table runner was created? Is there a website with template? I want to do this for my mother’s 80th birthday in June! Thanks!