Romantic Styled shoot as seen on Ruffled
Celebrating love, friendship and a day filled with romance we are so happy to be sharing these moments with you. Beautifully styled in a building steeped in history; the Cotton Factory was the perfect site for this beautiful set. Dating back to the early 1900’s this reclaimed industrial building has been transformed into an event space filled with so much character. From the exposed pipes and refinished hardwood floors to the large framed windows filled with natural light and gorgeous high ceilings; every inch of the Cotton Factory has something special to offer and we took advantage of each space to share with you.
Our ceremony started with an elegantly draped two story sheer backdrop and mahogany fireplace with its mantle adorned with candlelight and floral garlands that spilled to the floor. The aisle was lined with glass hurricane candles while vintage chairs were accented with foliage to add texture and a natural touch.
A vintage lounge washed with afternoon light consisting of our beautiful vintage wood back chair and settee whom we lovingly refer to as Thelma and Louise which were staged for cocktails for our beautiful couple. With wedding lounge furniture and casual cocktail areas becoming the norm and a continued trend for 2016 we were so pleased to style vintage crystal decanters and glasses on our florentine tray creating a wonderful opportunity for refreshments and pictures together with friends and family
Finally a table set to perfection. Oh and lets not forget the icing on the cake – quite literally as the mini cakes and cake table was the perfect finishing touch to this spectacular day.
Photography | Katie Nicolle Photography
Concept, Styling & Coordination | Shaw Events
Floral Design | Bloom and Co.
Stationery & Calligraphy | All Things Lovely Paper Co.
Cake & Confections | The Dessert Room
Linen & Place Settings | Simply Beautiful Decor
Furniture, Decor Rentals & Styling | Warehouse 84
Hair Styling | Glow Hair & Beauty
Makeup | Love Me Makeup
Venue | Cotton Factory
Models | Jacklyn & Rick