A Monochromatic Editorial from Trademark Weddings & Events
The creative geniuses of Trademark Weddings & Events conceptualized this stunning monochromatic editorial, hosted at a local favorite – Deep Eddy Vodka Distillery. The reasoning behind their monochromatic design was to allow for every detail to stand out and be loud, while at the same time be subtle and refined, as to create a scene that “keeps your eye moving.” With an extra-bold palette of flowers from Wildly Cultivated Floral Design to set the mood, every other piece of scenery fell into place. An understated invitation suite from Fine Day Press stood out with a simplistic font and clean-cut lines. Heart-shaped chairs from Party at the Moontower Event Rentals added some fun flair to a beautifully set table. To accompany the dining scene, a bar setting from Scavenged Vintage Rentals acted as the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy a little bit of Deep Eddy‘s. A hand-painted cake by The Powder Sugar Room added the whimsy to this glamorous shoot. The bride’s beauty look was perfected by Jose Luis Salon & Boutique with a soft up-do and contrasting, red lip color. Her classic gown from Unbridaled and elegant jewelry from Benold’s Jewelers emulated the planners’ vision – subtle, yet sophisticated. Luckily Cory Ryan Photography was there to capture every hue of this stunning monochromatic editorial. Enjoy!
Photos // Cory Ryan Photography
From the planners, Amanda Schott, Carrie Pettengill & Darcy Warden of Trademark Weddings & Events: “We love designing things that are a little bit outside the box. Just like haute couture that we see on runways isn’t necessarily designed with practicality in mind, we tend to design our styled shoots from an editorial standpoint. What we’re trying to do is inspire couples to take certain elements that they love and incorporate those into a design that works for them. This design uses a bold spectrum of colors while achieving a sophisticated and somehow simultaneously understated point of view. Without any accent color, you’re not drawn to a particular direction. There’s no singular focal point. You’re putting emphasis everywhere and nowhere, and that really keeps your eye moving.”