If ever there was a wedding that looked just like this, and if ever I was lucky enough to be a guest, I think I would die right there on the spot. This is the most gorgeous wedding inspiration I’ve seen in a long time and I can SO see it translated into a real wedding…particularly in a really cool loft space. Designed by the girls at Luxe Fete Event Planning and Design Studio, this is one of those features where you can kick your heels up and just soak up all of the prettiness. Click here to see even more!
This concept photoshoot is our interpretation of an urban love story. We sought to design something industrial yet ethereal, glamourous yet raw, and something just plain ole’ pretty. The minute I knew we were designing something with an urban flavor is the minute I knew we had to do it at The Nuage Studio. The Nuage Studio is 6,000 square feet of bare open walls, high ceilings and smoky gray elements – perfect to ground the pretty and girly elements we wanted to play with. All of this in MIAMI.
While touring the space we fell in love with their tall, stark white crocodile-textured royal table and high back sofas. We paired the table with Kartell inspired bar stools because (a) they are sleek and (b) they allow you to absorb the open space, a feeling we definitely wanted to invoke. One of my favorite elements is the natural cracks in the concrete floor. Something haunting about them, something beautiful about them, something real.
To soften the design, we paired beautiful pink peonies and roses with rough edges like chipped mirror containers, cracked goblets and crocodile-textured furniture. We then tried to infuse glamour by incorporating a grouping of three fabulous floor sized Venetian mirrors and an amazing modern chandelier from Modani. Textured linens, like a deconstructed rosette, a micro sequined, the classic pintuck and a super-fab Flokati rug in the lounge area tied everything together so romantically. Mirrors + Pink Peonies + a Loft Space = URBAN PRETTINESS.
Flowers and Design: Luxe Fête Event Planning and Design Studio / Photography: Ambrosio Photography / Couture Furniture and Linens: Nuage Designs / Location: The Nuage Studio / Mirrors and Lighting: Modani Furniture