Sequins and Champagne Inspiration

Bubbly and Baubles. Inspired by Sarah Vonne jewelry, photographer Jen Meneghin, and stylists Sarah Tillges, & Tara Bailie decided to create a wedding setting with a minimalistic preppy chic look. A bubbly and baubles theme could really go bridal shower, bachelorette party or wedding…or all three.

sequin ribbon bouquet wrap
bride red lipstick
striped wedding table

wedding cake topper idea
giant balloon wedding decor

black wedding decor

sequin bridesmaid dresses

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From Jen Meneghin: We decided to do a progressive bridal-shoot (with bride only) to show the transition of looks:

For the first look (ceremony) we started with an elegant bridal gown (Angel Sanchez), simple tear-drop earrings, and black pointed toe pumps. We kept her hair and makeup very modern with the french twist and the thick lashes/bold red lip. The bridal boutique was all white floral with black/white ribbon and gold sequin accents. We wanted to highlight the dress and jewelry for this portion but did incorporate a few geronimo balloons to go with the mod style. We found the balloons at a local party store and made the tassels from tissue paper.

The second look (reception) we added a black belt to the dress and kept the hair/makeup the same. We had a party table setup with a black/white striped table cover, gold/white tassels on the front, and all black/white/gold colored treats/drinks.

The final (after party) look we had our bride put on a gold sequined dress, black tights, and black pumps. We kept the hair the same but switched up the lip to a nude color.

Styled Shoot Creators: Jen Meneghin, Sarah Tillges, & Tara Bailie / Photographer: Jen Meneghin Photography / Jewelry: Sarah Tillges of Sarah Vonne / Floral: Tara Bailie of A Day in Provence / Makeup: Romeny Chan & Alice Bernman of Castor & Pollux / Hair: Ashley Haley of Bangbang Salon – Minneapolis / Dress: Angel Sanchez from Sixpence Boutique / Wedding Cake: Shauna Younge Dessert Tables / Stationery: Armato Design / Model: Anne Murphey

  1. I loved the theme of this shoot. It is very grown up but with some quirky elements that make it not too serious. Thanks for the feature!