Ever Something had a clear vision in mind when designing and styling this artisanal deco micro wedding inspiration, and it is perfectly carried out in scenes captured beautifully on film and digital by Laura Eddy Photography! This private residence setting featuring streamline, deco-style architecture was the perfect backdrop for a modern bride that loves a little retro flair. This model was styled with a timeless makeup look by Profile Beauty Nook starring a simple, glowy eye and natural lip as well as a sleek off-the-shoulder sheath gown from Chantilly Couture featuring a chic metallic belt and a cathedral-length train that makes a statement. Rather than going more on the nose with the elements typical of classic art deco style, this editorial was coordinated to reflect subtle hints and an artistic approach, with bright florals arranged in fun, unique vases that add a blend of texture and dimension to the tablescape. The paperie pros of Laurel & Marie created these whimsical color block invitation suites, menus and place cards that add a sunny element everywhere they go! Simplistic gilded flatware, acrylic ghost chairs, and mauve linens all from Party Pro Rents make for the most mod dining experience and pops of lilac dahlias in centerpieces by Ever Something bring a breath of fresh air to the al fresco scene. An abstract cake from Sweet Devotion Cakery features a whimsical three-tier design that feels just as artistic and fun as the rest of the day! This micro wedding inspiration perfectly showcases an easy way to update a classic pastel palette with punchy shades of coral and sunshine alongside more muted notes of dusty mauve in textural elements and deco style inspiration. Read on for a note from the planners about the vision behind this artisanal deco editorial. Cheers!
Photo // Laura Eddy Photography
From the planners, Katie Carpenter and Taylor Fowler at Ever Something: “The home of our shoot location is a 1930s home and has a streamline, deco style architecture that we used as the base of our inspiration. We wanted to incorporate a lot of color and artistic details. Instead of doing a literal interpretation of art deco, we decided to use subtle hints and an artistic approach with bright florals arranged in fun and unique vases, adding texture and dimension to the tablescape. We used the clean lines of the home as inspiration for the very sleek and timeless bridal style.”