Elegant Micro Wedding Inspiration at Easton Broad
While 2020 has been a year of uncertainty for many couples, it has inspired many to look at having a micro wedding; this shoot at Easton Broad was the perfect showcase of what that can look like.
What is a micro wedding and how can you have one yourself? It is a wedding with all the vendors but typically with 20 or less guests. Intimate weddings have less vendors. There are many wedding planners who have adapted fast to the current situation and can help you bring one to life. Others have been specializing in micro weddings for years and know exactly how to transform an intimate gathering into the wedding of your dreams. Like them, I am here to do the same for my brides— walk them through all the changes and help them move forward towards their new vision.
When I was reached out to for this micro wedding inspiration at Easton Broad I wanted to create a new design that fit the micro wedding aesthetic. Normally I work with gowns and dresses with chapel length trains or glam beadings and embellishments on their dress, but I knew for a micro wedding that could look different. For this design, my muse is the bride who is having a city hall elopement or just a small city wedding. I wanted the dress to be moveable, dramatic without taking away from the simplicity of the dress. I loved the idea of having a mini skirt silhouette that can be paired up with another bridal piece that can glam up the whole outfit like a cape or special veil. That way you can dress it up or down depending on the vibe you are going for.
I designed this micro wedding dress with a beautiful delicately embroidered lace that has little sparkles of sequin, backed with silk organza to give more structure to the shape. Our beautiful model Alexis wore this gown like a dream. She looked so chic within the combination of fabrics and mini skirt silhouette.
The ambiance of this shoot was that of delicacy, class and intimacy. We wanted the micro wedding inspiration at Easton Broad to show off how easy it is to still have a wonderful day with your partner even when plans change. The wedding venue Easton Broad is perfect for photography and events because it features spacious walls for backdrops and floor to ceiling windows making gorgeous lighting. We were able to set up various areas for cutting the cake, a small ceremony area and a lounge area.
The color scheme for this micro wedding inspiration was timeless with different shades of white; ivory, blush and beige with white tapered candles and flat gold cutlery. It paired so perfectly with the delicate lace gown and a classic black tux.
I hope that looking at these photos can bring inspiration to any brides considering making changes to their wedding day. A micro wedding can be just as beautiful, if not more, than a traditional wedding. There is a lot of flexibility with planning one and there are tons of incredible vendors out there who are willing to help. I am here for my brides vision no matter if it is a big traditional wedding in the future or a micro wedding like this shoot at Easton Broad.