Marble is an inspiring texture that has always been around, but now it’s been cropping up in wedding decor as well! Take a look at these brilliant marble elements used in our Take A Vow Wedding & Events styled shoot as seen in the latest Bride & Groom Magazine.
The shoot was an “industrial” inspired shoot, offset with the combination of exposed brick and strong geometric lines. The minimalist surrounds create a feeling of simplicity, while the table setting ooze pared back elegance. Gold, greens, creams, soft blues and greys pair beautifully with modern, coloured crystal glassware. The hanging fairy lights create a sense of romance.
In keeping with the simplicity of the theme, the bride is dressed in an elegant grey drop dress that is adorned with fine beads. The groom stays classy with a fitted blue suit, and they look amazing together! Their outfits are allowed to stand out in this industrial setting, with the greys and blues creating a beautiful complementary contrast to the brick and gold.
Marble features in the place mats, cake icing, geometric shapes and candle holders. It creates some texture while remaining neutral, allowing other feature colours and elements to really pop. In the feature photo above, you can see that the marble layer of cake allows the gold upper layer plenty of visual space. Even so, it seems to stand out on its own. Having marble as a repeating pattern brought the look of the shoot together beautifully.
Styling: Take A Vow Weddings & Events
Cake: Del Bakes
Marble balloons: Pop Roc Parties
Flowers: The Floral Studio.
Stationery: Claire Robertson Design
3D Hearts & Geo Gems: Luluncat
Photography: Jeremy Hill Photography
Venue: Nectar at The Kingslander
Fashion stylist (clothes & accessories): Kellie Walker Personal Stylist
Make up artist: Leah Loves Makeup
Hair stylist: Hare & Hunter
Brides gown: Glamour Boutique
Groom’s attire: Frank Casey Newmarket