Deanna Nash Events created a stunning black and gold wedding inspiration that was captured beautifully by The Argus Image Photography! This creative soiree took place at the Sherwood Country Club that showcased classic white bloom by Bended-Knee floral design, handsome stationary by Alissa Bell Press, printed Luxe Linens and amazing models from Sirena Models.
This decadent styled shoot involves a black wedding gown and if that doesn’t grab your attention I don’t know what will! I remember when Sarah Jessica Parker, our forever fashion icon, was married in a black Isaac Mizrahi gown and it was everything! Bridal fashion has completely transformed in its use of colors with many designers showcasing gowns in a whole new palette compared to the traditional whites and ivories!
This killer couture gown is by Winnie Couture and our handsome groom is styled by, the cleverly named, Friar Tux. This shoot has so many moments and major exclamation points but the highlight here is definitely the fashion!
I hope you enjoy and take a walk on the wild side when it comes to choosing the color of your gown for the big day!
From Deanna Nash Events, The inspiration for this fun shoot started with the idea of pairing a non-traditional Black wedding dress with the most traditional of wedding elements. Once we decided on a serene garden setting, Photographer Britt Arnett (The Argus Imate) and I were off and running adding in details. The linens provided by Luxe Linens were both classic and modern at the same time, so we paired those with modern black ghost chairs, and traditional white, gold and black table settings from 204 Events. We wanted the florals to be classically shaped but with a feel of having been picked from the garden, and Bended-Knee hit just the right notes with their creation. To finish off the table setting, Alissa Bell press provided hand-calligraphied escort cards which we paired with acrylic to again create a modern yet classic feel.
The beautiful black wedding dress by Winnie Couture was provided by CLD House of Style, and was perfectly accompanied by the elegant black and white tux from Friar Tux.