Mixed Metal Geometric Inspiration

Just when we think the geometric trend couldn’t get any better, this wedding shoot styled by the talented Juniper & Dash falls into our laps. Sarah of Juniper & Dash along with the photographer, Alexandra Whitney, wanted to focus on a richer, more autumnal color palette with various metals thrown in for good measure, and the result is a bright yet dramatic session full of wedding ideas and inspiration!

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From Sarah of Juniper & Dash: When Alexandra and I decided we wanted to do something a little different we were both drawn to the idea of a geometric shoot. Looking into what was out there, in the world of geometric weddings, we discovered most of the existing work was in neons or primary colors. We wanted to focus more on a richer palette of autumnal colors so we incorporated plums, shades of mustard with pops of fuchsia and mixed metals – copper, brass, bronze.

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Philadelphia offers so many awesome locations it was hard to decide on the one perfect for us. But upon seeing Maggpie’s new location, we were both unanimous on utilizing their rustic industrial space. When giving design direction to our awesome vendors we simply provided them with the color palette and the concept that we didn’t want the geometric element to be too kitschy. Bonus points for incorporating mixed metals.

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Cheyenne and Danielle from LoveLeigh created the geometric pattern on the stationery that was carried through on the amazing cake from Philly Cake Maker. Peicha with Falls Flowers is equally as obsessed with texture as I am, and she brought so many different elements together in her bouquets and centerpieces! Then we incorporated the underside of the magnolia leaf in different aspects as it has a “coppery” color. It was so amazing working with Alex! Not only does she capture all the details beautifully, she is such a hard worker! Due to the cold weather on the day of our shoot and the lack of heat in the warehouse, we had some difficulties with the installation of the backdrop… Alex jumped right in there. You can’t ask for a more invested photographer! It’s always a little nerve-wracking when having so many people involved while attempting to create continuity throughout the shoot. All vendors on this shoot were SO spot on, it was a dream!

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Shoot Location: Philadelphia, PA / Photographer: Alexandra Whitney / Event Design and Planning: Juniper & Dash / Florist: Falls Flowers / Venue: Maggpie Vintage Rentals / Wedding Dresses: Carol Hannah “Mulberry” and Leanne Marshall “Julie” via Lovely Bride / Hair: Just B Beautiful / Makeup: Nina Moran of Cheekadee / Cakes: Philly Cake Maker / Stationery: LoveLeigh Invitations

  1. Not one for traditional weddings…really loved this one. Would spark a lot of conversation. Particularly the place settings!! Great Job Sarah!!

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