This week has been FULL of wedding-related events, beginning with the Hudson Wedding Showcase on Sunday and culminating with a styled photo shoot for Well Wed Magazine (or Style Me Pretty…word is they both want it now!) yesterday and Wednesday at Full Moon Farm in Medusa, NY. And whenever we get a chance to showcase our beautiful farm tables alongside our vintage mismatched china, chevron runners, new rustic bar, crossback chairs and a whole smattering of lanterns, we say YES, YES, YES!!!
Care for a sneak peak of this bohemian-chic wedding shoot? Here you go!
Photography by Angela Cappetta.
Hair and Make-up by True Grace Makeup and Christopher Burt.
Styling by Tara Consolati, marketing + pr.
When it comes to wedding design, we often mention the ubiquitous “rustic chic” or “vintage” look that we keep seeing, especially throughout New England. But a new trend is coming along (not to replace “rustic chic”, mind you, but with an alternative “chic” appeal…), called “Industrial Chic.” At first glance, the untrained eye might think, “It all looks the same to me,” but when you’re in “the biz” you know that Industrial Chic incorporates more “found” industrial objects (think old mill/factory salvage pieces, metal stools, etc.) and metal elements.
Industrial Chic is really a nice blend of warm and cold, if you will. It’s taking some gorgeous florals and placing them in paint buckets, or showcasing a bar (or tables) made primarily from salvaged wood with a galvanized top.
We recently posted that we’ve added several new all-wood tables to our inventory, and now we’re adding some industrial elements as well, such as our new metal-topped bars. We’re currently working on a plan to unveil these new pieces, so be on the lookout for a “grand opening” of sorts, likely in an unusual location…(you know, we just can’t do anything boring and ordinary)!
Take a look at these images, and let us know what you think. Are you more “rustic chic” or “industrial chic” and how will you incorporate these design styles into your next event?
April 2, 2013