Effortless elegance meets modern in this utterly dreamy inspiration from Sidney Baker-Green. Set at a 1920’s era mansion, this shoot is a beautiful balance of timeless with a modern touch. The black, gold, and red color combo is the perfect choice for a winter wedding. We love the vintage china painted with snowy scenes!
The Aptly Elegant bride combines her love for the elegance of 1920’s mansion weddings with the new modern take of wedding design. While elegance was the goal, being intentional was key: I didn’t want the details to be so over the top that it distracted from the beautiful imagery. While the white, black. and gold screamed elegant, the deep reds and fun greens gave a the slight modern touch that landed on the fine line between intentional and over the top. The shoot was envisioned around the floral elements by the Amazing Molly Tiesma and around the dress from Rene Austin Bridal. There were so many beautifully elegant wedding dresses back in the day; however, we wanted to strike a more modern balance with our dress choice without sacrificing elegance. We chose the polished Emma from the Beloved line by Casablanca because it’s simplicity gives the bride an appearance of self-confidence. The gown doesn’t rely on intricate details to give the bride a luxurious confident appearance, but rather the bride herself: her personality, her demeanor, and the way she hold herself with poise.
Photography | Sidney Baker-Green | Venue | Venue3two | Florals | Eastern Floral | Invitations | Basic Invite | Wedding Dress | Renee Austin Wedding | Model | Colleen Brouillette | Submitted via Matchology