June 28, 2019
For the final wedding inspiration inspired by female painters, Kate Siegel Fine Events was inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s work of art – White Infinity Net (see the other shoots here and here!). This piece is minimalistic, monochromatic, yet still contains movement. The goal for the wedding shoot was to create movement with monochromatic details.
While the color palette was minimal – black, gray, and white – the pieces that were selected were impactful. The glassware, the candles, the folded menus, the textures plates – everything had purpose.
Max Gill, the floral designer, created structural and impactful pieces by using magnolias and spirea branches. For the cake, Max created a structure to frame the black cake. The cake had folded rice paper – mimicking the folded menu – creating a memorable, minimal look.
I know that monochromatic weddings aren’t always what everyone dreams of, but done well, it can be elegant, classic, timeless, and thought provoking. I love how different this monochromatic wedding inspiration is!
Workshop: Rebecca Yale – Details 101 // Event Design & Planning: Kate Siegel Fine Events // Venue: The Barn at Green Valley // Rentals: Found Rentals, Hensley Event Resources, Theoni Collection // Linens: La Tavola Fine Linens // Catering: Paula LeDuc Fine Catering // Paper Goods: Underwood Letterpress // Floral Design: Max Gill Designs // Cake: Flour & Bloom // Ring Boxes: The Mrs. Box // Rings: Lang Antiques //