Monochrome Part 3: Modern Masters Black

Last year, I was asked to design a three-part feature for Utah Bride and Groom Magazine. I partnered with Lindsey Shaun Photography, who came up with a concept of monochrome. I designed three different wedding scenes in White, Grey and Black. The black concept was modern and slightly inspired by moody Dutch Master paintings. Rather than feeling too dark or gothic, black works to create an inviting space when you use rich elements like dark florals and fruits, alongside hand-forged iron pieces like the candlestick and flatware. This editorial was also featured in Utah Style and Design Magazine as a dinner party, and I know this is one dinner party I wouldn't want to leave. 

See the White Editorial HERE and the Grey Editorial HERE

Photographer: Lindsey Shaun PhotographyDesign, Flowers and Styling: AMBER REVERIE floral and event design (http://amberreverie.com/, @amberreverie)
Hair and Makeup: Hair and Makeup by Steph
Dresses: Harlow Brides
Paper Goods, White Backdrop and Styling Assistant: Refine StudioFood: Cuisine UnlimitedCakes: Flour and FlourishWood Table: Autumn RentalsJewelry: The Land of Salt (https://www.thelandofsalt.com/, @thelandofsalt)
Rings: Taylor Custom Rings (http://www.taylorcustomrings.com/, @taylorcustomrings)
Silk Ribbon: Adorn Company (http://www.adorncompany.com/, @adorncompany)
White Ceramic Candlesticks: Loom and Kiln (http://loomandkiln.com/, @loomandkiln)
Dishes: Crate & Barrel and Anthropologie
Black Shoot Model: Katie Cockrell

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