Hey there, lovelies! We shared an awesome luxurious white shoot earlier this week, did you enjoy it? Today’s editorial from Morgan Gosch is also built around white color scheme, but it has a completely different feel, mood and vibe. All of you, neutral scheme lovers, are about to fall in love with its rustic charm, true intimacy and gentle colors. Details all together create a stunning mix of vintage, organic and industrial styles, which really speak to my heart. The design that Morgan and her talented team created for this shoot shows how to raise your mix-and-match game, when it comes to wedding décor. However, while many wedding creatives love to think outside the box and offer really bizarre and outstanding (in a good way) ideas that are hard to recreate for most of the couples, these ideas are totally adaptable for a real wedding. I absolutely can imagine this kind of intimate soiree in real life and you can even plan it yourself.
They’ve started from booking the urban-inspired Houston Rental Studio, which was originally built in 1876. It has a unique character and natural light, which is gorgeous for the photos. For the décor they’ve opted for simple yet elegant look: a plain white tablecloth holds a few romantic candles and innocently beautiful white flower centerpiece, which replicates the bride’s bouquet and matches with the lovely two-tiered cake. As for the bride’s and groom’s fashion, it’s also classy, modest and traditional. Bride is rocking a classic church-appropriate dress with lace sleeves and an elbow veil, while a groom wears a well-fit grey tuxedo. In my view, the concept, the details of the shoot are entirely wonderful and I’d love to see real couples rocking that kind of theme. What do you think?