The times are changing, and the way couples are pivoting their wedding plans through these times has been a surprising breath of fresh air. With the national pandemic in full effect, we are seeing a rise in small intimate gatherings and affairs. I have to say; I’m here for it. Couples are pairing down their guest lists and focusing more on the people and their relationships.
This Prospect House wedding editorial is an inspiration shoot to just that…small intimate weddings! So, what defines an intimate wedding? Typically, it is still considered a formal event with an itinerary but the biggest difference is the smaller guest count. Typical guest counts for these types of events ranging from 30-75 people.
But, here the good news! Smaller, more intimate weddings come with advantages.
This intimate wedding editorial concept was designed by the ever-talented Beth, of 36th Street Events.
The Prospect House was the perfect location to create this editorial. It’s famous for being a modern-minimalist design space that can be transformed into anything your heart desires.
Thank you to the creative team that poured their time and talents into this day!
Photography: Amy Odom
Creative Director & Stylist: 36th Street Events
Venue: Prospect House
Florals: Remi & Gold
Make Up & Hair: Keziah Bevans
Cake: Simply Delicious Custom Cakes
Desserts: Bonjour Brigadeiro
Paper Design: Ivelisse Design
Dress Boutique: Unbridaled
Rentals: Bee Lavish Event Rentals
Rentals: Premiere Events
Table Top Rentals: Table Manners
Dress Designer: Rish Bridal
Tux: The Black Tux
Workshop: The Editorial Series
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