Warehouse elopement inspired by African textiles in Edmonton
Happy, happy Friday, all! Isn’t this warehouse elopement ceremony design coming to us from photog Michelle Larmand and One Palm by laryssalee so intriguing? Aside from the incredibly gorgeous floral arch by Wildly Us, the use of fruit, candles, and African textiles in such a minimal, urban space like the Foundry Room in Edmonton is such an unexpectedly perfect combo:
Larissa’s goal was to marry the textures and patterns of African textures with the industrial chic surroundings.
We’ve sure seen a lot of romantic Rue De Seine gowns, but this piece from The Bridal Boutique is a whole new level. It has laser cut velvet re-appliquéd onto open work mesh, long fitted sleeves, and an open back, not to mention a full and dramatic train. Swoon!
For those of you waiting for a close up of that gown…
The color palette: deep tones with muted hues, like black, yellow, white, greens, and mixed metals
And a mudcloth-inspired pattern on the wedding cake by Brianne Gabrielle Cakes.
K, can’t keep scrolling without a little shout out to The Helm on their stylish groom’s attire (BTW, their online store is having a big sale!). This wool jacket with the green windowpane pattern is totally 100LC approved.
Congrats to the talented team below on such a unique elopement design. Happy first weekend in July, friends!
Photography: Michelle Larmand Photography / Venue: Foundry Room in Edmonton / Stylist & Creator: One Palm by laryssalee / Floral Artist: Wildly Us / Hair & Makeup: Blushed Beaute / Stationery: Sail & Swan / Cake: Brianne Gabrielle Cakes / Bridal Gown: Rue De Seine from The Bridal Boutique / Jewelry: Tree Myriah / Groom’s Attire: The Helm / Models: Mode Models