Looking for something a little different for your wedding day? Read on to see how this lovely shoot came together to reveal just how beautifully how opposites attract.

From photographer Laura Murray:
We were inspired by the idea of finding a balance between the old and the new. The location, Cooper Lounge is nestled inside of Denver’s Union Station and combines vintage elements mixed with delicate touches of new. To add to the ambiance of Cooper Lounge, we chose a dress that was feminine, unexpected and had movement to showcase the architecture of the space.

The florals were soft, moody natural tones with contrasts of dark foliage for a perfect balance of femininity and masculinity. The paper goods combined both typography and calligraphy creating a feeling of modernity with textured paper to introduce a vintage elegance.

Photography Laura Murray Photography | Planning & Event Design  5280 Events  | Floral Design Siloh Floral  | Paper Spurlegul Studio | Venue Cooper Lounge at Union Station | Model Emma Furr with Wilhelmina Denver | Hair Jaded Beauty | Makeup Amra Besirevic | Ring Trumpet and Horn | Dress Leanne Marshall  | Candles Creative Candles

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Jade | Reply

Thank you so much for the feature! We had a lot of fun making this shoot come to life. I loved giving Emma a ‘vintage meets modern” updo
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