DTLA Micro Wedding: Antonio & Marlene
Micro weddings have definitely surged in popularity recently, so we wanted to showcase how timely and beautiful this event felt. Antonio & Marlene’s wedding was intimate and absolutely stunning – no details were left out! This beautiful couple got married in a rustic, and magical venue in Down Town Los Angeles called Revel. We absolutely loved the arty fartsy feel that the location gave off. With a stunning old Chevrolet, bloom florals that were shades of blue and a gorgeous dining table, this wedding turned out to be the most beautiful intimate wedding!
The photographer came in wanting to capture something that felt modern and intimate. Micro weddings have definitely surged in popularity recently, so she wanted to showcase how timely and beautiful this event felt. This dreamy Micro Wedding will be featured in a few publications later this year.
The calligraphy is classically romantic but still modern in its simplicity.
What is a Micro Wedding during a Pandemic without masks! For the bridal mask, the stylist used soft and breathable materials, a cotton lining & silk with a lace top layer to give it the bridal touch. And for the groom’s mask, she wanted to keep it manly and classy, so she opted for just adding a white outline at the top of the mask with the 3 pleats giving it that cummerbund look.
The makeup artist added a touch of something blue on her eyes, with a smooth complexion and bold eyes. Soft Smokey blue shadow was the perfect touch to clean beauty. The bride’s hair had a classic, soft chignon style, relaxed, effortless, clean look. Simply reflecting the timeless enduring love shared between the bride and groom.
When we found out the venue had rooftop access, we knew it would take the shoot to another level if we got a few photos of the surrounding buildings of the Arts District and the downtown skyline in the background.
The florist used the following flowers to give an elegant touch to their day; Focal flowers, Branches, Filler flowers, and Greenery (Gunni eucalyptus & Oregano). The blooms were muted shades of blue focal flowers against seasonal & enchanting blooming branches. The use of an organic and foraged style was appropriate for this intimate celebration of love.
Because the design is so simple, a lot of the materials are handmade, giving the calligraphy texture and personality. The calligrapher hand pressed the botanical flowers and placed them in each escort card.
And for the best part of the end of the day, the cake and cookies! A vegan carrot cake with vanilla frosting brushed with silver shimmer with a side of personalized Mrs. & Mrs. vanilla cookies.
– Cinderella Lived Happily Ever After