Moody Industrial Wedding Inspiration
There’s nothing we love more than watching a bare space be transformed to reach its fullest potential, and this styled shoot from Australian vendors Little Gray Station, Alstonville Florist and Figtree Pictures is no exception. This creative collaboration took place at a private property with the most glorious industrial shed and an even better view! From the tablescape lit by soaring marsala tapers and hanging Edison bulbs to the dessert display with a trio of fruit-adorned cakes, it doesn’t get much better than this. (Though they even outdo themselves with that blackberry ice-cream cart!) Romantic and moody and fit for a statement-making couple, we hope you enjoy this utterly divine soiree.
From the stylist, Little Gray Station: The Camellia Weddings shoot would have to be one of our favourites so far. Every element of the shoot, from the florals right down to the place cards, all worked in so perfectly with this beautiful venue. The setting we created at the venue is vibrant and bold, with a rich, moody colour palette contrasted with soft textures, unstructured florals and watercolour calligraphy. Bright tones of marsala and indigo are carried throughout all elements of the shoot, adding a burst of colour amongst the organic elements of timber and greenery. The new purpose-built shed has an almost industrial feeling with concrete floors and steel beams, so we showcased this with black wire furniture, hairpin leg tables, gold cutlery, charcoal plateware, raw timber bench seating and drop down edison bulb lighting. The tablescape is loose and organic with a trailing off-centre floral arrangement and scattered tapered candles in tones of marsala. All of the details come together to create a striking and dramatic shoot that we are super proud of, with our amazing team of suppliers on board.
With such lush and vibrant greenery as a backdrop, we wanted to use bold and rich colours that would complement the surroundings. We were also inspired by the current climate as we head into the cooler months, which is reflected in our colour palette of marsala, indigo and berry tones, and in the details like the faux sheepskin rug and warm lighting – it came to be a very luxe winter inspired shoot. All of our incredible suppliers absolutely nailed the brief and it was so rewarding to see it all come together on the day – we think the images speak for themselves!