An eclectic mix of bold colors, geometric shapes, and mixed metals transformed the Capulet into a romance-filled venue in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans. A team of amazing vendors led by Amanda Price Events brought this moody inspiration together with a yummy array of detail for the modern-day bride.
Mateo & Co. beautifully captured this moody setting, which features soft candlelight, bright blooms, and one stylish couple. His look: a custom-made dark blue velvet tux with loafers. Her look: a sleek and modern gown from Justin Alexander with bold floral earrings. Wowza! Ready for a closer look? Keep scrolling + enjoy the full gallery after.
From Amanda Price Events: This shoot tells the story of a vivacious, bold couple from the West Coast that fell in love with New Orleans during their many vacations together to the city. The mixture of bright colors, geometric patterns, and mix metals brought life to the space and truly embodied the essence of the Bywater neighborhood.
The roof deck of the venue was used for their intimate ceremony. The multi-colored chairs, combined with the lanterns down the aisle, greenery adorned palette backdrop, and splashes of colored florals created a vibrant space for the couple to say their vows. For the ceremony, the bride flaunted her floral earrings and hoop bouquet, elements that brought a pop of color to the outdoor space.
The groom donned a custom-made Luca Falcone dark blue velvet tuxedo and custom made Luca Falcone loafer. He sported a pocket square boutonniere and Bronze Arrow Cufflinks by Reagan Charleston. The bride wore a sleek, modern, long sleeve Justin Alexander gown and a muted light pink lipstick for the ceremony. The bride wore a bright, bold pink lip as a statement during the reception.
The tablescape was an important element of design for the bride, groom, and their bridal party. Elements included wood tables, brass candlesticks with black taper candles, geometric lanterns filled with colorful florals, and an asymmetric floral arrangement. The hanging installation included a mixture of an asymmetric floral arrangement, jute chandeliers, and geometric lanterns with black taper candles hanging from the historic wooden beams. The asymmetric design of the installation and tablescape elements complimented each other and the varied geometric elements incorporated into the event.
Approximate costs for the shoot are as follows:
Planner & Designer: $5,500
Rentals & Lighting: $2,500
Bridal Gown: $1,400
Tuxedo & Loafers $1,000
Catering: $1,000 (shown plated dish only)
Cuff links: $120