Color Theory Design Co designed a modern + minimal day with the latest decor trend to take over our Pinterest boards…cement! Yep, concrete accents and monochrome terrazzo showcase an artfully industrial style that’s such a fresh idea when it comes to weddings. Pair those with fine art details like structured blooms, soft bridal style, and even an oil-painting portrait session, this Portland day is nothing short of a masterpiece.
More newly-engaged couples are gravitating towards a fine art vibe for their wedding. The team wanted to play with the delicacy of this studied theme, juxtaposing it with materials and textures borrowed from industrial design. From concrete and stone accents, metal mesh, as well as brick and steel throughout the venue, these minimalist elements magnified the romantic blooms and ethereal fabric backdrop.
Jenny Sanders designed an artistic invitation suite to set the tone and minimal aesthetic for the day. The venue, Castaway, provided an open layout for the ceremony and reception design, offering structured elements such as concrete floors, large expansive windows, exposed beams, and raw steel accents. The simple yet dramatic fabric ceremony installation was designed to capture and cast diffused light throughout the space. For the tablescape, the team combined soft, feminine and minimalist elements such as refined porcelain dinnerware by Lilith Rockett with wildly textured florals.
Kirstie Wight pinned the bride’s hair into a messy bob, creating a classic shape but keeping it modern with those wild wisps. The contemporary earrings by Whiskey and Wine mirrored textures found throughout the venue while her dress, Loutus by Watters, had a classic feel with a contemporary edge.