Proof That a Vibrant Palette and a Blank Space Are a Match Made in Heaven

Looking for a way to make your wedding palette truly pop? Allow today’s gorgeous styled shoot from Amorette Events to inspire you in choosing a “black space” venue. Not only are crisp white walls a surefire way to make your wedding designs stand out, they’re also a wedding photographer’s dream (just think of the instagrammable moments!) The talented team at Siren Floral have truly outdone themselves with a peach and pink broken floral arch – earning its spot at the top of our favorite wedding arbors of 2020 list! To see all the pretty this day has to offer, don’t forget to check out the full gallery – all captured by Lucy Munoz!

From Lucy Munoz PhotographyI had planned this shoot centered around the idea of a colorful micro wedding full of joy and love. After talking with Amorette Events we planned this editorial while discussing how we envisioned pivoting from a big wedding into the direction of a micro wedding with our nearest and dearest Our editorial was held at Building 177 in sunny San Diego, CA, for it’s clean white walls and simple black windows for a modern touch. 

We teamed up with the amazing Rachael at Siren Floral Co., who completely transformed the space. For the ceremony, Rachael created a stunning broken arch out of branches that she foraged at a local park and complementing dahlias and we paired this with modern gold chairs from Folklore Rentals. The tablescape featured a garden-like centerpiece that ran across the table in hues of peach, light pink, and white. 

For a modern touch, we used a clean, bare, white table and square peach velvet chairs. We also used cream ceramic plates, copper flatware, and modern glassware. Melissa of Epoch Design created minimal menu and name cards that fit perfectly with our rust napkins to keep with our summer vibe. 

The bar, one of our favorite vignettes, came to fruition because Folklore had the perfect rust-colored bar, where our couple was able to enjoy a refreshing glass of rose together. We also created an intimate lounge area with the perfect velvet pieces to tie in with our reception chairs. All in all, we loved how this editorial came together and we hope it will provide inspiration to couples of how they can still have a beautiful wedding during these crazy times!

Photography: Lucy Munoz | Event Planning: Amorette Events Co | Floral Design: Siren Floral Co. | Wedding Dress: The Dress Theory | Stationery: Epoch Design | Reception Venue: building 177 | Shoes: Bella Belle | ring: LUXE by Olivia Mar | Hair & Makeup: 10.11 Makeup | Tux: Friar Tux | Model: Gabriella Soria | Rentals: Folklore Vintage Rentals | Rentals: Catalog Atelier | Ring Box: Filles Box | ribbon: Tono Co