A modern twist on old Hollywood glamour, all of the design elements featured in this styled shoot arereminiscent of the era's classic style with an updated look.
Erica Mohammadi styled the bride's hair with a timeless side-swept bang and classic loose cascading curls. Jamie Cobb from JC Makeup Artistry featured the bride's natural beauty by accentuating her luscious lips and smokey eyes while keeping the look classic and clean. The Diamond Girls adorned the bride with a classic round diamond set in an expanded halo setting with stunning tear-drop earrings to match. The unique black lace gown from Sweet Caroline allowed us to play with three different styles throughout the shoot. A statement piece bouquet by Wild Flower Floral & Events complimented the brides striking beauty with its draping greens and soft pastels.
This collaboration of sharp, cool, industrial elements are softened with elaborate floral arrangements placed over and throughout the table setting. Slate tiles on the table were accented with golden geometric floral vases and classic era candlesticks. Golden flatware finished off the look, contrasting with the flat black dinnerware filled with a crisp spring salad by 3 Girls Catering. A deep red wine from Scoria Winery complements the black tones. Finally, the non-traditional black and gold flaked macaroons were an unexpected treat provided by Flour Child.
Jenny Losee could not have done a better job capturing the energy that we were trying to portray. Her inspiring use of analog photography lends a unique and authentic process to her craft.
Old Hollywood was a time defined by grandeur and opulence, decadence and rebellion. Beautiful statements of Art Deco glamour are made in this shoot, with clear, bold lines, from the purposefully eclectic industrial furniture to the choice of a non-traditional gown and tux. The shoot is a glimpse back to a time in history that stands out for its glamour, beauty, and self expression.