Having postponed their wedding date, like many other couples, Sophie and Logan designed a celebration with just 20 guests. Although the initial plan involved 80 attendees and a white wedding dress, the new version of this “I do” opted to break all the rules in its path, starting with a colorful design covered with butterfly embroidery, a mini dress that have us dreaming like never before! The goal was clear: to show off each other’s personalities at a wedding that was inspired by the magic of the ’70s, the party craze in Las Vegas, and the mesmerizing effect of intimate events. Enjoy the photographs of Tahnee Jade Photography.
For all the travel restrictions due to the pandemic, Sophie and Logan found the possibility of stepping outside the classic script and breaking the mold with a wedding that reflected their fun and authentic style. The communication channel that brought everything together was their personality, without letting external references and trends join the ideas that they sought to consolidate together for their wedding.
The inspiration that Sophie and Logan had from the beginning was based on themselves. They knew that, whatever the style of the big day, every detail had to be a reflection of them, their history, their taste, their character, their personality and even their ideals.
To achieve the ideal style, fashion was a key factor. Sophie opted for a very original Zimmermann dress, which she accompanied with glitter-covered ankle boots. The choice of her look was made taking into consideration the aesthetics of that big day, the spirit of the location and the style of each of the elements that adorned her wedding like that old turquoise car, incredible! On his part, Logan wasn’t very convinced about wearing a suit for the wedding day and actually joked with Sophie that he would wear a nice pair of jeans to walk down the aisle. In the end, the suit was the winner for her styling and they both looked perfect!
Regarding the decoration and the atmosphere in general, Sophie and Logan were inspired by the aesthetics of the 60s and 70s, thus achieving an incredible combination of tones, patterns and textures, even in the floral design. Despite the fact that her wedding was very far from the classic traditions, Sophie was clear that she had to pay tribute to a few, such as the vintage cake topper that looked divine on the wedding cake, a figure very similar to the one her grandparents used the day they said “I do”. Each and every one of the elements that accompanied this wedding were inspired by a bespoke aesthetic, and there is nothing as cool as creating a custom-made wedding in every detail.
Of course we have to make a mention of Sophie and Logan’s very stylish photoshoot. Playing with the proposal of urban art, the colors of the streets and even the essence of them made an absolute difference in the style of a wedding as unique as this one. We love it when couples take the time to forget everything to enjoy those moments when only they, their inspiration and a good photographer exist. Also, with looks as cool as theirs, of course they had to use every corner as a catwalk.
The choice of venues was one of our favorite parts. For both the ceremony and the reception, Sophie and Logan chose alternative spaces with a unique vibe, letting the personality of these places also feed the aesthetics of their quirky wedding with surprisingly colored furniture, instagrammable corners, fun artistic installations, vinyl record players and even disco balls to evoke the party spirit at this wedding. The contrast in the colors made the creative effect immediate and, without much effort, this celebration became one more reason to smile and enjoy a fascinating love story up close.
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Photography: Tahnee Jade Photography | Floral design: Bloom Boy | Cake: Torte by Mirjana | Ceremony venue: The Altar Electric | Reception venue: The Mya Greenroom at The Esplanade Hotel | Hair and makeup: Makeup by Lorie | Stationery: Minted and Married af club | Celebrant: The Wedding Anarchist | Transport: D’luxe classic car tours | Catering: The Esplanade Hotel | Rings: MDT Design | Bride’s dress: Zimmermann | Bride’s shoes: Steve Madden | Clutch: YSL | Sunglasses: AM Eyewear | Groom’s Suit: Institchu | Sunglasses: Epokhe