Hi guys! Hope everyone had a restful Labor Day weekend! We coordinated a super fun wedding at 1840s Ballroom in downtown Baltimore on Sunday with modern copper geometric details, a homemade Croatian dessert bar, and a packed dance floor. Such an amazing way to kick off our busy fall wedding season!
In addition to our fall event schedule, I am so looking forward to the opening of "Ballet Pas de Deux: An Exhibition of Dance and Architecture" at the Branch Museum in Richmond, Virginia tomorrow (Thursday Sept. 8th)! The lovely folks at the Branch Museum are throwing an exhibition opening party from 5-7:30 pm and I can't wait to see some of the photos from our ballet styled shoot in print!
As a follow-up to my previous post from the same shoot, today I'm sharing more photos of our model in the white Elizabeth Dye "Dune" gown. I had scoured different designer websites for the perfect, flowy, movement-friendly dress, and the light silk fabric of this gown fit perfectly. Amanda Burnette crafted a delicate, asymmetrical floral necklace that we secured with silk ribbon to top off this bridal ballet look.
I was also lucky enough to borrow my friend Matt's bass to feature in some of these photos! My second job of playing viola part-time in the Richmond Symphony has its perks ;) Hope you've all enjoyed these photos and hope to see you on Thursday evening! xo
Photo & Cinema: Josh & Serena | Planning and Styling: East Made Event Company | Florist: Amanda Burnette | Hair Stylist: Event Hair by Lauren | Makeup: BRIDEFace | Invitation Suite & Calligraphy: Poppy & Scooter | Cake: Sweet Fix RVA | White Dress: Elizabeth Dye | Furniture: Paisley & Jade | Ribbon and Table Runner: Adorn Company | Amethyst Ring: Trumpet & Horn