We are so pumped to share with you this totally gorgeous and fun wedding editorial by the talented folks over at Mae&Co Creative. This shoot at The Eleanor is a winning combination of color and style, and we can’t stop gushing over the bold coral hues throughout!
The fun colorblocked fabric install over the gorgeous table was just one of our favorite elements, but the list goes on and on! From the grooms coral suit, to the brides modern wedding dress, this shoot is chock full of must-see ideas. Catch a closer look at all the details below from Katie Berg Photo, and see every last photo in the full gallery (trust us, it keeps getting better!).
From Mae&Co Creative: For this shoot, I wanted to create something totally different and unique. We wanted to combine modern lines and tones with fun colors and ideas. Coral and black were our main colors... which was pretty hard to do! But our venue had these contrasting walls, one black and one white with black framed windows and it was so important to me to keep the industrial look of everything while bringing these fun and bright colors into it.
We created multiple installs for this shoot including a 6x2ft fabric install over our tablescape using about 7 different types of fabric in contrasting colors (all within our palette). The way the colors in the install connected to the incredible details in the tablescape were perfect and had such an elegant feel that we were thrilled about. We also created a HUGE (18ft tall) fabric install for our ceremony. Colorblocking coral, black and ivory to again, keep the straight, modern lines but also incorporate the stunning coral color.
Our amazing florist used elements like ORCHIDS and roses to give everything an incredibly sophisticated but still wild feel. We choose a coral colors suit for our groom for an extra fun twist and a clean, modern cake to top everything off. Our color palette and details (big and small) for this shoot exceeded our hopes and dreams and I'm so excited for the incredibly unique installs and elements we used.