It amazes me how much talent is there is in the wedding industry! From florists to planners, I am so thankful to be able to work with such kind hearted artists in the Tampa Bay area. Amy Kladis of Glitz Events reached out to me one day to see if I would be interested in a different type of shoot. The theme: Minimalism. Thinking how different this type of shoot could be, I immediately said yes and my head started filling with idea after idea. Her mood board was flawless and I knew working with someone of her experience I was going to be in for a fun time. Let’s just say her and our team of vendors did not disappoint.
Minimalism is thought to be simplistic. It rules out the need for unnecessary things. In the wedding industry, this is almost unheard of as most brides fit and fiddle with every little detail. Most minimalism is thought to incorporate a lot of neutrals, and while our shoot had a taste of white, grey and beige, we incorporated pops of bold blue into the details we had, allowing this look to really come together.
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Venue: Forty Two Ten // Planner: Amy of Glitz Events // Stationery: White Sands Collective // Linens and Chairs: Kate Ryan Linens // Jewelry & Home Decor: Kendra Scott // Hair & Makeup: Lasting Luxe Hair and Makeup Artistry // Floral Designers: Marigold Flower Co. // Cake: Trudy Melissa Cakes // Bride’s Dress: The BRIDE – Tampa // Video: Hatfield Productions // Tux Rental: Sacino’s Formalwear