The Design team of RMBO Collective and Heather Kincaid Photography created an intimate, thoughtful wedding scenario for a post-COVID world. They stripped away the fanfare of weddings of the past in favor of intimate moments for the couple to share, like getting ready together, sharing a meal, cutting their wedding cake, enjoying their first dance, and toasting to their union. The design aesthetic is a study of contrast––bringing softness into a hard space, letting light dance in the shadows, and creating joy amidst the challenges of our present. The Revery LA provided the perfect backdrop for the neutral color palette with faded winter hues of sand, bone, and shades of grey. The dramatic fringe curtain installation set an ethereal tone while creating a translucent divider to bring intimacy to the large studio. Geometric shapes, from lines to circles make multiple appearances, from the dining chairs to the stunning yet simple cake. The floral installation hanging above the dining table added whimsy and the collection of hurricane candles added a romantic glow. This styled editorial aspires to help couples feel inspired by love, hopeful for the future, and excited to see the magic that can be created in a small setting.
View the full feature in Volume 1 of The Aisle magazine.