The new Japandi wedding trend is taking the wedding industry by (zen-like) storm! Think neutral and muted tones with natural fabrics, simple ways of incorporating nature indoors. and an appreciation of calm visuals. In the modern and contemporary setting of Thompson Austin, moody shots captured by Aurelia Baca Photography set the still tone that Eclipse Event Co. carried out in this Japandi wedding editorial.
Elements like crystals and palo santo scatter a tablescape otherwise characterized by clean lines and minimalist flatware from Table Manners, as well as vintage gold candlesticks and natural wooden benches to match the table from Loot Rentals. A raw-edged menu gives just the right artisanal feel to a Japandi wedding reception dinner, made by Grey Meets Gold to match the hand-lettered place cards and envelopes, while florals by The Bloom Bar bring the beauty of the outdoors inside. As the final understated touch of this chic styled soirée, a small ruffled cake designed by 2tarts Bakery serves as a sweet reminder that sometimes less really is more! Scroll on for the full photo gallery from this Japandi wedding editorial and see it all captured on a film by Ryan Chipman // Stills & Motions down below. Cheers!
From the planner, Kelsey McGee of Eclipse Event Co.: “The inspiration behind the piece is to showcase the beauty that comes with simplicity and minimalism while still being delicate enough for a wedding. I wanted to create a tablescape that revived the idea that less is more. We pulled from a Scandinavian Contemporary design and focused on natural textures and tones to give it warmth. The placement of each item down to the flatware and floral pieces were well thought out, but are supposed to appear effortless and relaxed.”
See the Japandi Wedding BTS video captured by Ryan Chipman // Stills & Motions here!
Video // Ryan Chipman // Stills & Motions
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Eclipse Event Co.
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