The Luxe Styled Shoot

So, has Uncle Cyril put a spanner in the works yet again when it comes to your wedding day?
Are you STILL on the fence about whether or not you should just go ahead with a more intimate ceremony?
Are you looking for a little sign or push in the right direction of what you should do?
Well, here it is!The lovely Luci from Luxe Events shares more with us today about this stunning styled shoot she put together with some amazing KZN wedding vendors.Grab yourself a cup of coffee, and a rusk or two, and get ready to scroll through this post and get ALL the inspiration for your intimate wedding day. 
Happiness is just a little mind shift away!
What a time for us event planners!
After missing the opportunity to share in the love and passion of walking with brides through their journey to the altar,
to having to walk them through the disappointment of having to postpone them or to reduce the size!
I have missed ‘my weddings’ so much but was brimming over with creative juices for the perfect micro wedding and so decided to bring some much-needed hope and inspiration to our gorgeous brides, who are 
now having to re-evaluate and re-define what their princess day looks like!

This shoot was planned, designed and created by Luxe Events to give a bridal couple some much-needed peace, creative inspiration and reference on how to create an intimate magical micro wedding while still adhering to Covid restrictions.
While Covid won’t last forever, the couples love and dream wedding still can!

An intimate ceremony allows couples to show their friends and family that despite the pandemic, 
their love has blossomed in the face of adversity!
That nothing will stand in the way of them being able to walk down the aisle and say their forever and always “I do’s” in a romantic and intimate setting.
The only thing contagious at this wedding is their love and the only thing infectious is the
 joy that they want to share with their loved ones!
We brought in an array of bright and colourful flower arrangements to bring a cheerful ambience. Of course, micro weddings are all about the attention to detail and we feel we really were able to bring the heart of this vision to the shoot. With personalised sayings per place setting, white vinyl chair names, ombre floral design, candlelit elegant table settings, a decadent cake sprinkled with flowers and of course a stunning bridal couple.
And what’s a wedding without a little keepsake…. In sticking with the idea of shifting things up a little we brought in some fresh party favour ideas. We designed a “bouquet bar” for each guest (yes mainly for our ladies who love a little spoil of their own!), to experience the opulent floral design chosen by the bridal couple and get to make their own bouquets to take home.
We have tried to showcase the beauty and elegance that can still be experienced for an intimate ceremony and that it’s not just about the less cost, you can still have all the fun with your magical day!
Our floral design and fresh colour palette, with the intricate little extras, are what really adds to this micro wedding magic and glow. Where our emphasis is on the synergy of a love that, just like “the flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all”, so is their romance, and what a beautiful way to express this kind of love in words and design. Thank you so much for sharing this shoot with our readers today, Luce.
It really was so amazing and that Bouquet Bar is my absolute fav!
If you would like to get in touch with any of the magic makers, click the links below:
 

MAGIC MAKERS
Venue: The Barn Owl 
Concept, Styling + Floral Design: Luxe Events 
Photographer: Vanilla Photography 
Stationery Design: Indigo & Ivory Designs
Cake Design: Smiths Bake Shop 
Chairs, Decor + Styling: The Wedding Table
Napkins & Linen: Two Fold Interior
MUAH: Kiss & Make-Up 
Bridal Accessories: Magpie Accessories
Bride Attire: Julia Ferrandi 
Groom Attire: La Fabrica Suit Hire
Models: Michael Venter and Morgane Baron 

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