Tune: “Three points where two lines meet, toe to toe, back to back, let’s go, my love it’s very late… ’til morning comes, let’s tesselate…“ - Alt J, Tessellate (play song in gallery below)
Mood: Layered, Monochrome, Sparse, Sensory, Textured,
Palette: Ivory, Charcoal, Black, Linen, Copper, Pale Gold, Brass, Onyx, Bone,
Decor/Styling: Held in a vacuous, light filled space strung with sculptural lighting and monochrome tints, these celebrations merge an artistic effortlessness with an appreciation for all things aesthetic. Textures are key, as is a sensory layering of elements down tables, objects less ordinary. Mixing marbled platters and unexpected glassware, ceramic vessels housing sculptural blooms and an ombre of linens, there is a focus on organic, hand forged materials…painterly plates and sculptural shapes.
In a palette of mostly pales, underpinned with charcoal and onyx, as well as inclusions of pale gold and copper, there’s a molten magic and raw sophistication at play. Gold calligraphy on inkily dipped paper, molten light fixtures and flourishes of gold leather and statement accessories adorn guests.
A bridal party of black and white in voluminous silk, artful silhouettes that billow and move with ethereal abandon. A play between masculine and feminine with darker details offsetting lightness of shape, and poetic, full sleeved silhouettes accented with sensual, statement cuffs of undulating gold.
Re-Create this look: Odylyne The Ceremony Ophelia Gown / Tiffany & Co Elsa Peretti Gold Bone Cuff / Calibre Black Stretch Suit / Vilshenko Pleated Chiffon Gown / Givenchy Draped Cut Out Gown / Painterly Stationery Hello Bird / Marloe Morgan Charcoal Ceramics / Winnow Chocolate Station / Patina Rentals Mason Cart / Venue 501 Union