Are you a minimalist bride? Today’s colorful and contemporary wedding inspiration could help you achieve an outcome.
Oh what fun a minimalist wedding design can be! If you are skeptical, see for yourself. Together with a lot of creativity, the designers at LOAM Studio + Kayla Snell Photography work for minimalist magic. We hope it will appeal to the minimalist bride. The bride who could dramatically reimagine what ritual and celebration would be like for her. Or at least the couple who, in the years after 2020, prefer a contemporary, less-more aesthetic to the usual pomp and circumstances of weddings.
Don’t let Austin Distribution Hall’s radical white-out stance fool you. There is color everywhere! First, we’re fixated on this gorgeous, unconventional color palette of icy lavender, cool oranges, and warm grids that combine like kismet with the up-and-coming favorite: Chartreuse. If these are a minimalist bride’s design notes, keep writing!
A cool, colorful wedding is waiting for you. Kayla Snell Photography captures the truly unique, fresh take on modern minimalism:
Always here for an unexpected ceremony design! Flower designers at LOAM Studio use layers of plinths and different size arrangements. In the background there is a bizarre + modern environment for the exchange of vows. Really, it’s still life art! The incorporation of fruits is thoughtful + playful.
Modern art-inspired colorful wedding ceremony
Poppy patterns are inspired by modern art and mimic sudden + hasty brush strokes. The color palette is also playful and festive! The minimalist bride is fun! She uses color correctly.
Moontower Rentals offers velvet sofas and armchairs in rust tones with modern floral prints. A black and white checkered carpet is also combined with side tables inspired by Roman architecture, which feel up-to-date and exciting!
Architectural floral patterns shaped by the influence of contemporary art. Leaning toward minimalism from that colorful wedding inspection?
A minimalist bride’s dream bouquet with daisies and sweet peas. The ultimate treasure bouquet. Anthurium in olive gold adds a contemporary visual impact to the bride wearing a simple slip skirt and tank. The groom is dressed in white denim – an example of the ultimate Austin vibe.
Fly high, minimalist bride
She is a total Texan bride! Bridal hats are still trendy, friends.
This tabletop emphasizes color and specific flowers rather than dense, lush arrangements. Sooner or later these flowers will start dancing! An optical illusion. It takes your eye in many different directions without being overwhelming. Tablescape goals, anyone?
To further illustrate the ultra-modern design, we have paper goods from Carta Plena. In connection with this, we love the bold reception at the table!
Without a doubt, she is a radically minimalist bride. Are you?
Photography: Kayla Snell Photography // Name of the venue: Distribution Hall, Austin, Texas, USA // Event design: LOAM Studio // Planning: LOAM Studio // Flowers: LOAM Studio // Stationery: Carta Plena // Furniture rental: Moontower Rental / / Linen rentals: Monarch Rentals