2020 is the year of the small wedding! With larger weddings being restricted due to COVID-19, the rise of quality vs. quantity has come to the forefront of the wedding industry. This vibrant, micro-wedding planned and designed by Anything But Gray Events and captured by Aurelia D’Amore Photography is a whole lot of elegance and style in one small package!
The couple, Aleya and Brandon, desired a colorful and bright small wedding in Los Angeles for their closest family and friends with a focus on architectural design. They were able to achieve that with Forme Los Angeles serving as the stunning backdrop for their non-traditional, intimate ceremony. With its high ceilings, stylish focal wall, and cascading natural lighting, how could you not fall in love?
Shoot location: Forme Los Angeles in Burbank, California
Shoot theme/motif/inspiration: Creative & Colorful Elopement
Color combinations: Warm tones like yellow, orange, and fuchsia mixed with gold metallics and bold patterns.
Favorite detail: The bride’s hand-painted, custom-made gown by RMINE. The bride becomes art, personified!
The abstract and asymmetrical bridal bouquet full of texture and feathered boutonnière by Whit Hazen exudes individuality and non-traditional playfulness.
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The geometric custom ceremony backdrop by Papillon Rentals added a pop of color and focal point to the ceremony design.
Cake by Sugar Studio
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Anything But Gray Events|Forme Los Angeles|Aurelia D’Amore Photography|Papillon Rentals|Whit Hazen|Sugar Studio|RMINE|Friar Tux|Julie Harris Desi
gns|Los Angeles Small Wedding Collective|Aleya Harris|Brandon Harris