“This styled shoot was put together with three words: modern, organic, simple and answered the question: How can we merge the three while creating something unique that fits in naturally with the environment it is placed? We fell in love with the venue, Potawatomi Conservatories, because we felt as though it embodied these pieces that we were looking for. It is a smaller space that is a perfect fit for intimate gatherings. It was full of beautiful plants, modern lines, and organic elements such as concrete. The colors that were chosen fit in with what the venue held, earth tones. We wanted every detail to have a purpose and a connection with our design. We believe that having details that are purposeful and cohesive creates unique weddings that are reflective of the who people are as individuals that are merging to be a whole. Our tablescape had concrete planters that held flowers and plants, smooth silverware, plates, and cups, silk napkins, concrete name holders and coasters, and beautifully calligraphed name tags. An organic element you see throughout the whole shoot was concrete. We wanted to showcase a DIY project that turns out beautiful to add to your day. Throughout the photos, you will find concrete planters, place holders, coasters, platters, and a ring holder.” –Bekah Taylor Photography
Photography: Bekah Taylor Photography // Venue: Potawatomi Conservatories // Event Planner: Simply Be So Events // Event Designer: Stephanie Abbitt // Florist: LB Floristry // Calligrapher: Jessica Lee Calligraphy // DIY Goods Designer: Cream and Concrete // Cake Designer: One Gold Nail // Bride's Attire: Something Blue Bridal // Make-up: Something Blue Stylist // Groom's Attire: Male Fashions Co.