Time to get cozy! Winter foliage arrangements and a creative Edison bulb wedding ceremony arch beat back the darkness and bring in the light on a long winter night. This beautiful loft elopement shoot at Block 41 in Seattle creates a dramatic design for an intimate micro-wedding that’s big on the fabulous photo moments! Adrien Craven Photography and The Botanical Company created this lovely winter wedding design to inspire anyone planning an elopement in chilly weather.
This winter foliage wedding arch brings the woods indoors
Black and botanical was the goal for these lovely invitations from Letters and Dust! The ink illustrations added a dramatic flair, while wooden serving trays and dried floral details added texture and creative finishing touches.
How magical are these winter wedding portraits in that chilly light? Adrien Craven Photography and Solie Designs balanced out the shadows streaming in to the industrial event space in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, creating a stunning portrait session for the bride and groom.
Dried flowers, pampas grass, and sprigs of lunaria in vintage bottles lined the staircase to create a stunning entrance for the bride and groom. Staircase shots are one of the best ways to showcase your bridal gown – the open back on the sequin lace Hayley Paige mermaid dress from The Dress Theory Seattle gets its moment to shine!
With whitewashed brick walls, concrete floors, and steel details abounding – not to mention those amazing cascading light fixtures – the venue provided the perfect rustic industrial backdrop for this chic couple and their winter foliage arrangements.
Talk about a showstopper! The iron accent wall in the industrial loft venue provided a midnight blue backdrop for this winter foliage and dried grass ceremony arch! Hanging Edison bulbs created the coziest winter wedding ceremony and a truly amazing effect for the photos!
Table for two? Balancing Balloons amped up the details on this intimate wedding reception table, with wooden chargers and napkin rings to add organic balance to the pink Depression glass goblets and modern gold flatware. A dried grass and winter foliage runner gave the long tablescape the perfect flair along with rose gold geometric candle holders!
This minimalist wedding cake manages to make a statement! Honey Crumb Cake Studio created a speckled frosting effect with black sesame seeds for a modern look. The simple cake was accented with dried grasses and winter foliage, along with one blush bloom to give the promise of spring.
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Creating a memorable moment in your venue is a stunning way to create a micro-wedding or mini celebration that provided ample opportunity for photos! This loft elopement is ideal for a COVID wedding with minimal guests while still capturing amazing memories!
WEDDING VENDORS –
Photography: Adrien Craven Photography | Seattle Wedding Venue: Block 41 | Second Shooting: Solie Designs | Florist: The Botanical Company | Wedding Cake: Honey Crumb Cake Studio | Wedding Dress: Blush by Hayley Paige | Jewelry: Heidi Hull Designs | Bridal Salon: The Dress Theory Seattle | Groom’s Attire: Goodwill Seattle | Hair Styling and Makeup: Mane by Nono | Event Rentals: L & L Events and Rentals | Place Setting Rentals: Balancing Balloons | Stationery Design: Letters and Dust | Submitted via: Matchology