Industrial Wedding Chic
The idea of this styled shoot was born from wedding designer Sainthya from Détails Depres idea to break usual aesthetical codes by bringing together the “fine art” world to a more unvarnished universe, inspired from the industrial world.
The nice story she wanted to tell was that of the wedding of two lovers that everything opposed – their social background, their ethnic ancestry –, but that had decided to say “yes” to each other. This mixed couple had thought about highlighting this antagonism that made the richness of their union in the very decoration of their wedding venue: a refined decoration in an old sewing factory.
Sainthya trusted wedding planner Laura Andréa Wedding with the organization of this inspirational styled shoot, and together their gathered a team of wedding vendors who were able to reproduce the refinement and elegance of high-end weddings while at the same time paying tribute to the crude aesthetic of an old factory, located on the domain of the Les Jardins de Joséphine, in Evreux. Détails Depres set a table that gathered raw colors, on which contrasted a deep black tableware, both chic and original, from Acaris Location.
The always very soft compositions of florist Histoires Sauvages sublimated the decoration: pastel flowers, enhanced by orange touches that reminded of the brick walls of the venue. And there it was, everything got harmonized. Precisely because the strong lines of the wedding venue called for an aesthetic that would contrast by its softness, the decoration honored the flowers that glorified the ceremony arch and the wedding cake by Alem Cake Designer.
The bride and groom themselves were not outdone, since the very modern suit from L’Apiéceur brought a touch of blue that echoed some beams of the ceiling, just as the wedding dress by Laurent Kapelski, departed from the abrupt lines of the venue by the multiple layers of tulle that made the originality of the dress. Jessie’s bridal makeup was the work of Lucrécia Ziele , and her hair style was made by Laurence Hairstyle. She was wearing jewels from Le Joaillier du Marais and shoes from Chamberlan Paris.
And in the care for details that characterized the vendors that participated on this inspirational styled shoot, one may notice how careful La Complice Papeterie was when creating the “Industrial Chic” wedding stationery that matched the conception of this event.
It is Aude a deux ailes that captured the images of this unconventional styled hoot, through bright and soft “fine art” images.
Photographer: Aude a deux ailes
Design: Détails Depres
Planning: Laura Andréa Wedding
Venue: Les Jardins de Joséphine
Flowers: Histoires Sauvages
Wedding Dress: Laurent Kapelski
Bride Wedding Shoes: Chamberlan Paris
Wedding ring and jewels: Le Joaillier du Marais
Wedding Suit: L’Apiéceur
Hair: Laurence Hairstyle
Makeup: Lucrécia MUA
Rentals: Acaris Location
Wedding Stationery: La Complice Papeterie
Wedding Cake: Alem Cake Designer