As the 2016 wedding season began to wind down I felt as if I was just getting started. I was wanting to push the boundaries of a typical wedding. With the urge to move away from the blush colors & the gold finishes, I began my hunt to find the perfect location for a styled shoot. I was looking for a space that was raw, unrefined & quite frankly a little beat up! I wanted the space to bring its own character, I was also looking for a spot that provided lots of natrually lighting. With the help from Page Price, the owner of The Rural Society Flowers, I was able to find an old photographers studio from the 1800's in Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
The chipped paint, floor to ceiling windows, exposed brick & the dirty, unfinished floors inspired me to move forward with this styled shoot. My mind kept stearing towards deep accent colors with the hope of finding an over the top gown, a gown that spoke for itself. That's when I fell in love with an Ian Stuart gown called "Wanderlust" from White of Dublin. It. Was. Perfect.
With the incredible talent of The Rural Society Flowers, designer of all the floral pieces, Hayley Brooks, creative behind the invitations, Lauren Passauer, the fabulous wedding cake creator & the genuine couple, Nikki & Dustin Kelch, the Dark & Romantic Styled Warehouse Wedding came alive. I hope you feel inspired.
Flowers: Page Price/Rural Society Flowers
Invitations: Hayley Brooks Design
Wedding cake: Lauren Passauer
Bridal gown: Ian Stuart
Bridal boutique: White of Dublin
Bridal hair: Sarah Martin
Bridal make up: Jessica Dunham
Groom's suit: Romanoff's Dublin, Ohio
Warehouse location: Mt. Vernon, Ohio