From Cowboy Boots to Rustic Coasters:
A Wedding Styling for Couples who Love Glamour and Country-Charm
When I think of country, images of cowboy boots, Taylor Swift, attention to detail, folk-inspired dresses, expansive fields, and nature immediately come to mind. Capturing this country feeling and pairing it with glamour was the objective of this styling.
Leaving Nothing to Chance
The concept was developed by Martina and Rebea from Awina, and it was very important to the girls that everything was perfectly matching according to their design. They had specific requests for the stationery as well. For example the coasters were chosen to accompany the place cards and a beautiful fabric banner was used as both a decorative element and a tablecloth.
A Touch of Geistreich
Of course, it is important for me to infuse my own style and ideas into a design. Under the given guidelines, I created matching stationery.
"F o r m e , c o u n t r y a l w a y s i m p l i e s a s e n s e o f l o v e l i n e s s a n d a t t e n t i o n t o d e t a i l . "
That's why I designed a delicate vellum paper envelope for this design, which was adorned with a beautiful, vintage floral painting before being die-cut. The same painting was incorporated into the envelope liner, as it perfectly complemented the design both in terms of color and style.
The place cards remained simple to harmonize with the woven wooden coasters, while the menu cards were also kept minimalistic and placed on a linen cloth to add more texture to the overall table styling.
To add a personalized touch, the exquisite fabric banner was embellished with the names of the wedding couple.
Concept & Styling
The concept and styling of the shoot was worked out by the ladies from Awina, supported by the talented of von Kuenzli Photography. The coordination of the whole day was done by Felix from Faytastic Weddings.
As well as conceptualising & styling, Martina, Rebea + their team from Awina created wonderful floral arrangements, bridal bouquets, bridesmades bouquets, table decorations and more.
Photography & Videography
Gabriel from dinner_by_gabriel_heintjes conjured up a fine dining menu on site that not only smelled delicious and looked beautiful, but was also eaten with real relish.
The cool & delicious cake was made by Patricia from Boumbelle.
The candles were handmade by Emily from DellaEmmi. Each of her sculpture candles are handmade from natural canola wax.
The jewellery was handmade by Lamano Jewellery.
Rentals + Dresses
A lasercut invitation on wood from my designs was made by irix_lasercutting.
The staged wedding ceremony was conducted by Melanie from Trau(m)ung.
Now I wish you a lot of joy
I asked the team how much this intimate wedding in Basel would cost.
Unfortunately, I can't answer this question too precisely this time. As you know, everything about a design is always very individual and that's why I always recommend asking the respective service provider for an exact quote.
My rough estimate for the above wedding design (without the rental costs of the room, without the dresses and without the jewellery) is approximately CHF 30'000.- to CHF 50'000.- for 20 people.
Wedding officiant: @traumung Jewelry: @lamanojewellery Dresses: @hera_zuerich Rentals: @vonrock.de Laser Cut Stationery: @irix_lasercutting Styling Hair &Makeup Bride: @divina.hairandmakeup Styling Makeup Bridesmaids: @weddingbytanjamarthy Styling Bridesmaids Hair: @makeupandhairartistc.u.k
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