Full of vintage charm and romance, this styled shoot is sure to inspire the couple looking to incorporate timeless elements into their wedding day.
“The venue was the overall inspiration for the shoot. St. James 1868 was originally a church and historical landmark in Milwaukee. The owner of the property, Ms. Kate Crowly, renovated the entire building into a venue space. The interiors and the aesthetic of the space is extraordinary. Every detail of the restoration process was well planned. It was the perfect place to host a spectacular event.”
Shoot location: St. James 1868 in Milwaukee, WI
Shoot theme/motif/inspiration: Socially Distant Elegance
Color combinations: Black magic red, black, burgundy, golden brown
Favorite detail: It’s a tie between the chairs, chargers, bridal gown, and venue.
Linens: Linen & Napkin, Suede – Black & Burgundy
Centerpiece Description: Black magic roses
Place Settings: Scoria Garnet Chargers, Amber Water Goblets, Black Onyx Goblet, Ruby Water Goblet, Brush Black Flatware, Chairs – Opera Chairs Golden Brown, Tables – Oval Marble Tables with Gold Base
Stationery: Black luxury acrylic invitation with acrylic details card. The suite was paired with a black velvet envelope with a floral liner. The clear laser cut acrylic UV printed menus paired with back acrylic place cards and metallic place cards. The welcome sign was designed to compliment the suite.
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Jermaine Horton Photography|St. James 1868|White Dress Bridal Boutique- Designer: Maggie Sottero|NL Suits|Signature Sweets Bakery|Cheri Denise Events|Shalisa Elizabeth|Taylor Design and Stationery|Jarrett Northern- Northern Decor|Lakyta Elam of Kyta’s Touch|Windy City Linens, Marquee Rentals, BBJ Linens|Yanae Wilson & Shun Powell