Oscar Wilde said Life imitates art far more than art imitates life. Today’s artful wedding shoot seconds that emotion, and adds the most beautiful pops of muted springtime feels. This wedding styling was inspired by the artwork of Seattle-based artist Quinn Dimitroff, and features some super trendy shapes and colors.
The team at Rock & Stone Weddings recreated their vision behind these designs. They created a cutout wooden backdrop, which is totally on trend right now. The cut-outs mirrored Quinn’s artwork and Colibri Blooms accessorized with bold color-blocked florals. She also carried the arch inspiration through to the hanging installation above the table at The 101 venue. Art imitating art with these stunning paper goods by State of Reverie! We’re swooning over the modern elegance of the typography and understated palette. The muted springtime-colored florals by Colibri Blooms are just stunning paired with this setup. The wedding cake only builds on the muted color palette and spring theme with gorgeous floral print designs.
The wedding dress from Les Aimants Bridal, a French brand based in New York City, brings adds so much elegance to this bridal look. Plus, we enjoy the sheer slip and long sleeves! The inspiring artist, Quinn Dimitroff created the piece hanging in this lounge space, and it’s clear what’s so captivating by those colors and designs. We love the understated palette used; and bold shapes. The grooms textured blue suit from ASOS looks awesome with those whimsical pocket square florals.