Pink is apparently supposed to make the boys wink, but it’s had me winking the whole time I’ve been putting it together for you gorgeous lot! Especially the brides pink wedding jacket which is a lovely addition to her minimalist wedding dress. There are neon signs, anthurium and astilbe wedding flowers, plus the most fabulous embroidered napkins finishing off the tablescape decor. You’re going to love it!
Stylish elopement with autumnal pink and orange tones in an industrial wedding venue and minimalist wedding attire.
PINK INSPIRATION & STYLING
“An alternative elopement styled shoot packed full of autumnal pink and orange tones against a cooling industrial building background, sassy cool and chic styling and an awesome couple dressed in a mix of sleek, elegant outfits and indie accessories. Warm and cosy candlelight is complemented with neon signage, confetti canons, lots of beautiful fabric and floral displays and best of all: matching cake and iced biscuits. Organised by the wonderful Agnes Black who described the shoot as inspired by light, colour, floristry design and style – an urban creation with a modern edge, and styled by the super talented Valentina from The Stars Inside, together they created, along with a whole team of other incredible creatives, a piece of inspiration heaven.” – Emily Rose
Pink Wedding Jacket
There is no denying the modern bride looks pretty in her pink wedding jacket. It’s a welcome pop of colour to her bridal outfit and complements all the pink-hued decor and flowers at this industrial elopement shoot.
WEDDING FASHION & DECOR
“The bridal look was kept quite simple with the stunning dresses shining through. Hair and makeup were sleek and minimal with a handful of gorgeous accessories and an awesome pink wedding jacket and hat were added to the mix later in the shoot. A splash of tulle texture was added to her first outfit courtesy of a beautifully unique Italian draped veil.
Florals played a huge part in the styling, being featured along the centre of the table, climbing the derelict walls of the Chapel as well as the bride’s fiery bouquet and were complemented with a satisfying abundance of soft, flowing fabrics.
The extraordinary cake showcased artistic detail and modern style with the most mouth-watering colour palette. The stationery was kept simple with a modern twist, rust colours and foil embossing. Cosiness was the epitome of this shoot, emphasised through soft candlelight and intricate string lights draped along the walls, as well as funky neon lighting signage. Everyone truly came together to create magic!” – Emily Rose
If you believe less is more and have fallen for the minimalist details of this industrial shoot, we have plenty more minimalism inspiration shoots and real weddings in our archives to keep you inspired. Plus, it may not be a pink wedding jacket, but this contemporary accessories editorial features a white jacket that looks just as fierce. Enjoy!
Photography by Emily Rose Photography
- Venue Asylum Chapel
- Workshop Leader Agnes Black
- Styling The Stars Inside
- Floral Design Bloaum Studio
- Stationery EYI Love
- Cake Avant Garde Cake Studio
- Lighting Rentals Doris Loves
- Furniture & Props Rose and Andy
- Napkins Extra Special Touch
- Silk Ribbons Cfleurs Design
- Little Acorn Silks
- Drink Labels Team Hen
- Bridal Wear Kindling Bridal
- Veil Sash and Veil
- Hair & Makeup Knot Your Average Bride
- Jewellery Dose of Rose
- Suit ASOS
- Rings Katie Lees Jewellery
- Favours Tinkture
- Bride Rhiannon Bailey
- Groom Tom Trotter