May 30, 2019
Rebecca Yale’s workshop in Napa focused on capturing details. The detail photos from a wedding day may not always be what you frame on your wall, but they are important representations of you and your significant other. All of the details that you select for your wedding play a part in telling your story. Today, I’m excited to share the details that were inspired by Helen Frankenthaler, that Kate Siegel brought to life with her dream team.
Helen Frankenthaler was an American abstract impressionist painter. She produced work for over five decades, and managed to continue to push boundaries year after year with her larger than life pieces. For this wedding in Napa, Kate used her piece, titled ‘Solar Imp,’ for inspiration.
The invitation suite from Underwood Letterpress was truly a work of art. The hand-painted detailing was done with beeswax, so it was only fitting that the bees made an appearance in the flatlays. I loved the use of olive green in the invitation suite.
The tablescape was perfection! The table was made of a single piece of wood, and had a unique cut on the side. Down the center of the table, Max Will Designs used centerpieces and bud vases to fill the space. The lady slippers were an incredible touch to the design. The whole color palette was so unique, but incredibly well executed. At each seat, the guests were welcomed with a custom menu that doubled as a favor. A beeswax table number brought everything together to complete the abstract inspired wedding inspiration.