Venue // 16th St. Station
Photographer // Nathalie Cheng Photography
Floral Designer // Laura’s Floras
Makeup and Hair // Aimee Artistry
Stationer // Salt Paper Co.
Rentals // La Tavola, Borrowed Blu
Wedding Dress // Liz Martinez (designer) via En Blanc (boutique)
Model // Scout Model Agency
Shoes // Bella Belle
Earrings // Stil Works Studio
Mexico City Inspired Editorial
After visiting Luis Barragan’s homes and learning about his architectural work, I was inspired to create a modern and romantic design, highlighting rusty orange and yellow tones. Luis Barragan is known to use clean lines of the Modernist movement and combines them with an intentional use of natural and artificial light. The large space and exposed walls of 16th Street Station was the perfect setting for our inspiration. Laura’s Floras created the most beautiful floral design complementing the tablescape perfectly. Our table was adorned with a neutral-colored Barley linen from La Tavola, accompanied by eyelet lace plates and creamy pink dinnerware from Borrowed Blu. Carefully placed on top of the dinnerware. We carefully placed minimal and modern menus and name cards designed by Salt paper Co on top of the plateware. Aimee Artistry created a romantic low bun that was perfect for our feminine and effortless gown by Liz Martinez.
As featured on Magnolia Rouge