Industrial Elegance with Elizabeth Jean Weddings

Words by Zoe Kirby / Images by The Virtue
January 12, 2018

Inspired by the sparkling Gaia gown by Brooke Tyson Ritual, this moody shoot by Elizabeth Jean Weddings marries industrial grit with opulent accents. The ambient scenes were captured by creatives and purveyors of all things glorious, Brooke and Gina from The Virtue.

The raw setting of Vintage Industries in New Plymouth allowed the Gaia to glimmer and shine like she deserves, flowing like a 1920s bohemian dream. Petal and Prickle brought it all together with some beautiful, frosty blooms including their killer metallic rose gold anthuriums.

We can just imagine mulled wine was in hand when developing the concept for this shoot, with a wintery and moody feel evoked throughout. Crafted by Hilary took the brief and ran with it, designing rich, metallic and moody stationery to match the feel of the day, which were perfectly teamed with the dark crockery by Ruthie Frank Ceramics.

deep red ink wedding invitations raised floral table runner opulent tablescape with gold cutlery and knotted napkins
opulent tablescape with gold cutlery and knotted napkins
knotted linen napkin
dusty pink roses
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Credits

Images The Virtue | Bride's Dress Brooke Tyson Ritual | Hair KN Hair CoLab | Makeup Makeup by Annalee | Flowers Petal and Prickle | Catering Pancake Theory | Stationery/Invitations Crafted by Hilary | Concept/ Stylist Elizabeth Jean Weddings | Model Bex May, Renown PR | Venue Vintage Industries | Crockery Ruthie Frank Ceramics |


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