This sultry and comfortable elopement has us thinking literally anything is possible when you want create something romantic and fun indoors.
This is a great example of a #microwedding. The type of wedding that has been getting traction with many couples that have busy lives and want to get on with the commitment and still have something that is a toast to their relationship.
Photography in story by Liv In The Moment Photography www.livinthemomentphotography.com -
hair and makeup The Modern Face & Glam By Andrea
Attire Detroit Bridal House www.detroitbridalhouse.com/
Flowers Blum Floral blumfloral.com
By using balance to pop the peachy jewel tones whites and deep blue (the 2020 color of the year!)
We've said it once and we'll say it again, a great photographer will grab all of the fancy details that you want to remember whether your event is big or small.
Wood and natural sustainable details are huge for home and for events now. This setting features a basket weave charger , fruits, dried flowers, and colored glass. This is also a wonderful opportunity to pay homage to the city that the couple calls home or a city that they met with a post card. As shown here in a having smaller celebration can give you time to do well thought out details like this table set from Sophia Frances Events www.sophiafrancesevents.com and Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters https://www.docr.coffee, and Paris to Detroit Caterers email@example.com in Michigan.
Invitations Invitations by Caitlin www.invitationsbycaitlin.com
Add some fun style and choose an on trend tapestry boot for under your gown. That way you can step out into the cold to snap just a couple pics and not have your tootsies be cold.