Who knew pink + lavender could be such a smashing combo? And set against the backdrop of the Metropolitan Building with it's exposed brick and perfectly peeling walls, this styled shoot is fast becoming our favorite and is positively brimming with fabulous details for you to infuse into your own big day. Perhaps it's the lavender dress that you take away from this (we're dying over that number), the single blooms at each place setting or maybe the feathers are what really caught your eye? Styled by the virtuoso of wedding decor, Jill La Fleur with photography by Matthew Lee and Chung of CLY Creation, FABULOUS hair and makeup by Mar of TEAM Hair & Makeup and gorgeously crafted paper goods by none other than Ceci New York, we have quite the gem on our hands. It's boasting a dream palette of romantic colors mixed with gorgeous feminine details and old world charm woven throughout. J'adore to bits and bits. See it all here!
From Jill La Fleur... As soon as Matthew, the photographer, showed me images of the Metropolitan Building, inspiration for this shoot came rushing in. I fell in love with the location! The 9,00 square foot, 4 story building is filled to the brim with antiques, furniture and all sorts of collectibles that we were able to incorporate into the shoot. With huge wrap-around windows with beautiful city views, exposed brick walls with chipping paint & wood floors, we were able to create a unique, antique, ultra-romantic Victorian feel.
The colors for the table setting were ivory, creams and touches of light dusty blue/grey. I wanted the flowers to bring a pop of color to the table with shades of pink. The vibrant pink bouquet also played nicely off the lavender dress. For the escort card table, I had individual antique tea cups with a bloom in each one placed next to an antique door knob as the card holder. We also incorporated the antique door knobs next to the name tags on the table, along with ostrich feathers placed across the menus to add that bit of Victorian romance. The etched crystal with brass lids also added my favorite touch of Anthropologie to the table. For the linens, I layered a blue/grey natural linen with an antique ivory lace overlay, to give texture. I had a wonderful time visiting New York and being apart of such a wonderful shoot with such talented vendors. I can't wait to plan a wedding at this amazing location!
Styling: Jill La Fleur / Photography: Matthew Lee and Chung of CLY Creation / Location: Metropolitan Building / Invitations: Ceci New York / Hair & Makeup: Mar for TEAM Hair & Makeup / Linens: La Tavola / Floral: Designs By Ahn / Cake: Magnolia Bakery / Dresses: Tadashi (Lavender Dress) + BCBG Max Azria (Ivory Lace Dress)