The history: This bridal shoot was inspired by the work of the contemporary abstract impressionist. Jill Krutick. The shoot is based on a painting called “Ice Cube Spring”, which also served as the background for the shoot.
The site: This shoot took place in the artist’s studio / gallery in Westchester, New York. Some experts styling by Mandy Forlenza Sticos and vintage decor by Small village rentals turned this space into a stunning location for an urban micro-wedding.
The atmosphere: A delicate but confident look for a chic summer bride. The gentle movement of a warm summer breeze is perfectly captured by the crepe corner on the Tatayna Merenyuk “Tessa” dress. With a color palette that combines light blue, striking yellow, warm toffee with ivory tones, this clean and sleek aesthetic is for creatively minded brides.
The details: The heirloom tableware has a handcrafted feel that compliments the brushed gold cutlery. Brass chandeliers emphasized the magnificent floral centerpiece. A hand-dyed silk velvet ribbon holds the breathtaking bouquet together and tThe textured buttercream on the cake is reminiscent of an artist’s palette, mirroring the textured envelope from the stationery suite.
- The light-flooded pictures by Kristina Staal Photography evoke the emotions and timelessness of weddings.
- The delicate art of the invitation suite and business cards, including a delicious handmade pale yellow RSVP envelope with seeds.
- The yellow diamond engagement ring that glows in The Joolz family oval ring box.
Photography: Kristina Staal Photography | Conference location: Jill Krutick Fine Art | Styling: Mandy Forlenza Sticos | Flowers: Macari Floral | Stationery: Macari Floral | Vintage Rentals:Small village rentals | Rental: Please B sit | HMUA: Eye of Luna | Tape: Angela Frost Boutique | Ring box: The Joolz family | Wedding cake: The Snackery Bakeshop | Wedding dress: Tatayna Merenyuk | Bridal shoes: Bella Belle shoes | Vei & Accessories: Emma Katzka | Submitted via: Matchology