Modern minimalist wedding inspiration
As you can probably tell from this morning’s San Diego wedding, we’re in a modern kinda mood today. And this editorial from Kait of bash + Danford Photography is not just modern and elegant, but embraces a minimalist design that transcends the seasons. Basically, it’s perfect for the couple that likes to keep it simple, but thoughtful.
Love this shot, Danford Photography.
Kait of bash says, The shoot was located in the Emerson cultural center near Downtown Bozeman and serves as an art collective for our town. It was predominately inspired by Japanese culture yet interpreted with a mountain town vibe in utilizing a reclaimed wood table (more than likely from old barn elements from around Montana) and rocks collected from the Gallatin river nearby. I wanted to marry the two worlds subtly and elegantly and couldn’t have done it without the incredible team involved!
They had spring and summer in mind, but with the intention of showing that it doesn’t need to exude bright tones and overflowing blooms if that’s not your thing!
A neutral, organic color palette: white, slate grey, beige, black, and greenery with wood, slate and sisal on the table.
Beautiful work, team!
Photographer: Danford Photography / Venue: The Emerson / Event & Paper Goods Design: bash / Florals: The Flower Hat / Hair & Makeup: Fumi Makeup / Paper Goods: Ice Pond Press / Rentals: Montana Party Rentals / Dress: Houghton from bash / Model: Avela Grenier