We’re quite fond of the minimalist direction that weddings are heading in, and this one effortlessly blends a modern and feminine style together for the best of both worlds. One of the reasons why we love this look is because the details of the wedding become a better reflection of the couple. When you streamline your planning to highlight only the things you care about the most, your guests will get a better feel for who you are and what you love.

In this editorial, we see a couple who has selected a soft, feminine color palette of gray, white, and soft pink. A simple ceremony layout is highlighted by an installation of blooming branches with a few candles, while the comfortably settable features floral arrangements in different sizes and heights lining the center of the table.
Read on for more from the photographer, Natalie Bray:
“Today, I wanted to share something very close to my heart. Film’s authenticity and artistic nature have lured me in with great force. I am in love. I recently had the honor of attending the forward thinking film workshop created by the talented Sally Pinera and Jon Cu called INTMST. Their vision was to inspire, ignite passion, and create beauty in simplicity.

Set among a chic downtown LA loft, the INTMST workshop team joined together to create a stunning modern minimalist wedding inspiration. A modern bride with an elegant aesthetic and an eye for details brought to life through hand dyed silk, nature’s cacophony of blooms, curated tableware, couture gown, and so much more. The details shine through with the gorgeous curve of a hand designed ceramic bowl, the touch of a petal on your skin as you hold it, details subtle, but strong and oh so right. Blooms from Studio Mondine set the stage for the muted color palette of gray, light pink, and crisp white are a work of art. With Jessica Sloane’s visionary styling of each detail to perfection, needless to say, it was a day of sheer transcendence.
All the vendors created such beauty and a symphony of gorgeousness to inspire us to reflect on what truly makes us happy; be that romantic, whimsy, simple, elegant, or the in-between. Listen to your heart and follow your own dreams. Your celebration is your own and no one else’s.”

Workshop Host: INTMST | Photographer: Natalie Bray Studios | Hosts: Jon Cu | Hair and Makeup: Jess Wilcox | Silk: Silk and Willow | Paper Goods: Plume Calligraphy | Floral design: Studio Mondine | Styling: Shop Gossamer | Design and Styling: Jessica Sloane  | Candles: Creative Candles | Tableware: Spartan Shop, Menu World, and Vertigo Home Laguna | Rentals: Blue Print Studio Events and Taylor Creative Inc.

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