Modern, minimal museum wedding inspiration
Friends, how about THIS for a succulent bouquet? Decoration Inc. is speaking our language over here! The scenes from this modern, minimal wedding editorial take place at the Natural History Museum of Utah, which was actually just built in 2011. Designer + planner Joseph of Vivince Event Studio wanted all of the details throughout to represent its clean, architectural design, and Kate Osborne captured it all in the same fresh style. Take a look!
Raise your hand if you’d *also* like to be wearing an emerald engagement ring like this. This beauty is from OC Tanner Jewelers, along with the other modern, minimal jewelry throughout.
Big fans of classic groom details over here, too.
The Natural History Museum of Utah’s modern and eye-catching architecture juxtaposes the geography in which it resides, making it an ideal place for weddings and ceremonies. The design for the shoot, created by Joseph Urankar of Vivince, was subdued as to not detract from the beauty of the space, which serves as the main inspiration for the shoot. White and sage were the base colors to reflect the natural setting, while copper complimented the exterior.
Because one ultra-creative bouquet is never enough…
Pop into our gallery below to catch the rest of this museum wedding shoot!
Beautiful work, team!
Photography: Kate Osborne / Venue: Natural History Museum of Utah / Planning & Design: Vivince Event Studio / Florals: Decoration Inc. / Hair & Makeup: Versa Artistry / Stationery: Atelier Azure / Cake: Flour and Flourish / Chairs: Dara Modern / Wardrobe & Casting: Farasha Style / Gown: Maggie Sottero / Jewelry: OC Tanner Jewelers / Menswear: Utah Woolen Mills