Our bride wore a gorgeous light blue gown instead of a traditional gown. We opted for a soft and whimsical style.
The tablescape decor was a picture of elegance with stunning, lush colorful floral arrangements and accented with modern and vintage elements thanks to floral designer and her team; we carefully selected rentals with a touch of vintage and modern elements. We added beautiful table numbers and place cards designed by our calligrapher, which were perfect for the design. The decor on the table were elegant pieces hand picked which were complementary to the romantic design.
Our violinist played the popular score t in the background while our bride danced in the wind.
Another remarkable element of the style shoot was the diverse cast of vendors and small business owners who came together to execute the creative vision. All of the vendors were women, BIPOC, and/or LGBTQ-owned businesses.
Model: Condrea Zhuang//Second Shooter: Katherine Elizabeth Photography//Dress Store:The Wedding Dresser//Musicians: Celeste Vee//Dress Store: TLC Bridal Boutique//Linens and Coverings: Select Event Group//Other: Feel of elegance//Floral Designer: Sincerely PS Events and Design LLC//Cake Designer: Sage Cakery//Calligrapher: Maiden September//Other: Carriages of the Capital//Event Venue: Ceresville Mansion//Design and Decor:Vintage Affairs LLC//Beauty: Swept, LLC//Shoes: House of Elliot England//Bakery: It’s My Party Cookies and Favors//Invitation Designer:Devine Designs by Diesha//Cinema and Video: Class & Style Productions//Apparel: christopher schafer clothier//Bakery: Bakes and Blunders//Dress Store: Amanda Ritchey Bridal & Beauty//Beauty: My Eventful Beauty//Photographer: Christian Nwosu Photography//Event Designer: Jennifer Rose Events & Weddings//