Sequin wedding inspiration

Oct 08, 2014 | Inspiration

Spotted on the 2014 Spring/Summer catwalks, sequins were everywhere. But these weren't the pink sequins of a six-year old wanna-be-Princess, they were elegant, modern and striking. Marc Jacobs chose striking petrol blues, Givenchy vertical black stripes, and Tom Ford, a square snake-skin effect. To translate this into the wedding world, planners are picking individual details and giving them a subtle shimmer. You don't want your whole wedding themed around sequins, just a few special accents. Whether it's your dress, the table cloths, or just your confetti, stick to muted tones if you don't want it to look like a Hollywood after party. This elegant styled wedding shoot from Les Amis Photo and Oliveta Design used the relaxed beach location as a juxtaposition and it's full to the brim of moody tones and glitzy aesthetic...

From Les Amis Photo: "This styled shoot was designed in collaboration with Oliveta Design, settled on Carmel Beach, San Francisco, California; the occasion was the visit from Italy by Erica, of Les Amis Photo, and Sofia, of Il Profumo dei Fiori. The shoot is an inspiration for a wedding day and for a wedding party. For this reason we have used two evening dresses and a wedding dress. The style is elegant and Baroque-inspired, simple and elegant. The atmosphere is gloomy like the sea in autumn."

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Vendor details

Photography: Les Amis Photo | Film Lab: Photo Impact Imaging | Styling: Oliveta Design | Florals: Il Profumo dei Fiori

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