While I love over-the-top, show-stopping events just as much as the next wedding photographer, sometimes less really is more. This modern, minimalist wedding had the loveliest details and the perfect neutral color palette full of beiges, whites, gray and blush. The intimate celebration took place in a bright studio full of the bride and groom’s best friends and closest family members. The simplicity of the details is what made it the perfect day for the couple.
My favorite feature would have to be the custom ceremony backdrop. It was made of cheesecloth which gave the pale pink ombre a soft, textured look. The two of them were married by a close friend which brought a really personal feel to the proceedings. I also loved the handmade invitation suite. It included calligraphy lettering and a cute little sketch of the venue. The wedding cake was simple, but featured a geometric design that gave it just the right touch. I love the unique details that made the wedding feel special.
The bride looked stunning in her simple wedding gown with a sweetheart neckline. The soft, chiffon fabric flowed so beautifully for all of the movement shots. The groom is a tailor, so he designed and custom-made his own three piece suit! The two of them looked amazing side by side.
Most of these images were shot on film. I kept the editing very minimal because I love how the colors turned out straight out of camera. This is how I photograph most of my work. The colors and editing is often drawn from the color that film naturally produces. I take a film shot and reproduce those color tones and skin tones in my digital images. Making the transition to a film-digital hybrid model really helped me hone and perfect my style.