Modern wedding designs with colorful pattern play is like music to our ears! So it’s no surprise this gallery from Ruffled vendor Lindley Battle Photography that showcases how dynamic, layered design ideas can look their most unique. This feature is the living proof that no matter where you wed, your look can be distinctive. All three of these concepts were shot in the same exact space! With paper goods, rings, accessories and other styling heirlooms laid out exquisitely by Kaleb Norman James and eye-catching tablescapes that tell a story from end to end by Grit and Grace, we hope today’s wedding inspiration inspires you to to think about how you can elevate your own wedding designs.
From the tablescape designer, Grit and Grace: We love dynamic, layered tablescapes that emote the specific style of each of our clients. Designing for three different “clients” looks was our goal here and to give a variance to what could be photographed by the guests of the Evoke Workshop. We always have the guest experience in the forefront so the initial wow is always something we strive for but as the guests sit down to tablescapes that have minute details and layers of interest keeps that wow going longer.
Monochromatic Wedding With A Masculine Twist
We love a monochromic black and white wedding but utilizing wood tones and natural airy centerpieces levels this modern looks up! Quirky elements and varied vessels has your eye dancing between elements even though it’s mostly an urban tablescape in classic B&W!
Pretty In Pink Meets Fine Art Glam Wedding
Pretty pink weddings never go out of style but building on that typical sweet singular color and growing it into all the sunset tones was more interesting. Textures of tassels, palms, patterns play of linens in the color family and sweet details like the salt cellars that this from pink to pow!
Hunt Country Meets Classic Chinoiserie Wedding
Hunt Country meets Classic chinoiserie. Traditional isn’t boring when you can play up a pattern and put it everywhere! We loved the unique napkin rings, and use of layered plates and believe it or not the horse head was a last minute add! It really gave a wink and a smile to the uber traditional look.
This last one especially tugs at our heartstrings… you know we’ve got a weakness for chinoiserie weddings! If you loved these modern wedding designs as much as we did, be sure to leave a comment with your favorite of the three looks below!
Photographer: Lindley Battle Photography
Host: Evoke Workshop
Flatlay Stylist + Floral Design: Kaleb Norman James
Tablescape Stylist: Grit and Grace
Models: Victoria Misu, Jamie and Mollye Rogel
Makeup: Makeup by Shirin
Hair: Emily Artistry
Hand Painted Backdrop: Lindale Studios
Dress Shop: Bridal Beginnings
Dress Designer: Viktor & Rolf
Paper Goods: Emily Baird Designs
Linens: La Tavola Linens
Rentals: Something Vintage Rentals
Hand Painted Mats: Chasing Stone
Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes
Ring Boxes: The Mrs Box