‘Geometrics and Florals’ for a Modern Meets Art Deco Inspired Shoot

Today I have a real treat in the form of this jaw dropping styled shoot which has been brought to you by an amazing team of North Carolina wedding suppliers lead by Ashlee Bostrom at Bushel and Peck. The shoot took place on 21st February 2018 at The Stockroom at 230 in North Carolina. The team have filled this quirky venue with a mix of modern and vintage props and decoration, taking inspiration from the art deco era. The florals work perfectly with the hard metal lines, mixed with the  phonograph for an extra element of style and fun. I just love this shoot, as for the gown that Tajh is wearing, oh my gosh, Divine!!

Geometric shapes and vintage pieces created a moody ambience while paying tribute to the art deco era.

Ashlee Tells us more about the shoot

This shoot is to inspire the boho bride to take the old things and make them new again. We really wanted to inspire brides with an achievable design and what you can pull off with great wedding vendors.
My biggest inspiration was the vintage phonograph. I have been dying to use it in a design so I took a
chance and created my own. I really wanted to take my vision and find the wedding professionals who would help me achieve this. Everyone involved played a huge role and I think it turned out better than I thought it would.


The suppliers who made the shoot possible


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