The minimalist urban romance wedding inspiration by Ever Something is full of soft, luscious florals and rough industrial textures. The planner and florist duo at Ever Something contrasted the space using delicate florals that lightened the interior. The juxtaposition between the luscious blooms and rough industrial walls created the urban romance that made this styled shoot so unique. The exquisite simplicity of the sleek and modern details showed through each image in the gallery from Carsyn Craytor Photography. That natural light that bounced off the neutral tones will have all our minimalistic brides swooning. How could you not be captivated by such effortless and natural beauty? Especially from a bride whose natural beauty dazzled us with a soft makeup look from Carolyn F. Beauty paired with a sleek low pony from Stag & Doe Salon. Avari Bridal created a custom gown with playful sleeves and a sheath silhouette for this shoot. The light and airy bridal style played upon the theme of lightning up the industrial textures with delicate details. The minimalist urban signage from Chirps & Cheers added a modern detail twist to the space. Adding custom signage to your wedding can instantly elevate the entire feel of the room. Additionally, having a floral installation with lush blooms in complementing hues creates a one-of-a-kind wedding design. For example, the artful floral installation from Ever Something framed the stylish wedding attire and signage that created such romantic space to say “I do.” Keep scrolling to see more from this minimalist urban romance wedding inspiration and a special note from the planners at Ever Something.
From the planners, Katie & Taylor with Ever Something: “For this shoot we were inspired by the industrial character of the space we were working with. We wanted to create a romantic and whimsical design that would contrast against the space but using colors that would compliment it. The rough exterior of the walls were softened with the details of the dress and light and airy bridal style.”