Give me a loft with exposed brick,  floor-to-ceiling windows, plus a hint of urban charm, and you’ve got my idea of a perfect venue. Then bring in Eventi Planning and Wicked Willow to work their wedding magic, and the result is a modern-rustic take on the industrial-set “I do.” Of course, no great shoot is complete without Marta Locklear behind the lens, and you can swoon her shots in the gallery right here.

Pssst: snag a behind-the-scenes peek at the shoot from Clickspark!


From Marta LocklearRecently I had the pleasure of capturing an inspiration shoot put on by a brand new venue, award winning caterer and the lovely Diana of Eventi Planning. I must say Mt. Washington Mill Dye House is the perfect location for urban/rustic weddings and receptions. With tons of natural light and natural character very little is needed to dress up the space.

Diana brought in a wonderful team of vendors for this shoot. The food displays alone from The Copper Kitchen were a dream to photograph. They had unique and visually stunning displays from Oysters Rockefeller on pink sea salt, pie pops, naked cake and even a full roasted pig. Wicked Willow then accented the space with a wonderful textural palette of monotone flowers that accented the colors of the venue perfectly and the blush lace Badgley Mischka gown worn by the bride.

Photography: Marta Locklear | Videography: Clickspark | Event Design: Eventi Floral & Events | Floral Design: Wicked Willow | Wedding Dress: Badgley Mischka | Reception Venue: Mt. Washington Mill Dye House | Jewelry: Everistta | Bridesmaids Dresses: Jenny Yoo | Catering: Copper Kitchen | Hair: Behind The Veil | Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Jennifer | Suit: Jos. A. Bank | China: Polished | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Make-up Artist: Behind The Veil | Paper: mlc designs, llc | Rentals - Tables, Flatware, Ladders: Vintage Affairs | Veil: Twigs & Honey

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