We love to see couples choose unique decor and style choices for their weddings. Today’s inspiration shoot from the recent Erich McVey Workshop for wedding photographers was based on the concept of pattern, and we love how the various textures create a modern vibe for a wedding. From textured table elements to an amazing lace bridal gown, the detailed bouquet and boutonnieres to the bride’s chic earrings, we cannot get enough of this look.
More from the stylist, Ginny Au:
“Our “Pattern” shoot was inspired by the color, life and energy of Granada, Spain. We chose mauves and burnt gold as a color palette shown in the table design. The lace of Emily Riggs gown was such a compliment to the theme as it created a wonderful textural element with its pattern. We paired the gown with bold dangling earrings and the movement of our beautiful model on the cliffs with her veil blowing in the wind was a tribute to the mood and energy found in Spanish dance.”
All images photographed at the Erich McVey Workshop in Elk, California at Cuffey’s Cove Ranch | Creative Direction & Styling: Ginny Au assisted by Charlene Tea | Art Direction: Kaela Rawson for Ginny Au | Floral Design: Soil & Stem assisted by Tess Comrie | Hair & Makeup: Mimi & Taylor | Gown: Emily Riggs | Suit: JCrew | Ribbon: Froufrou Chic | Plates: The Commons | Tablecloth: Alder & Co | Napkins & Table Runner : Silk & Willow | Models: Nata Sarafinchan & Braeden Eufemia for Option Model & Media | Paper Goods: Mon Voir | Sponsors: Neve Albums, PhotoVision , Fuji Film, Pixieset, Make & Stow
While we're always fans of weddings filled with beautiful, unique ideas so that we can show them to you, we know that not every couple is concerned about the small touches or has the budget to be able to do everything they wish they could. On this rainy wedding day in Oregon, the aesthetic focus was on the couple's amazing style, a beautiful stationery suite, and a dainty bridal bouquet -- and it's perfectly fine to leave it at that.