Lately, I’ve been drawn to simple lines, white space, interesting color palettes, and movement. I’m excited to share with you this wedding inspired shoot today has because it has everything that I love and more. Inspired by the stunning architecture of the Oculus in downtown NYC, Kelsey from Heart and Soil Flowers wanted to create a look that embodies the intimate, hopeful, and delicate mood of the early spring season. Designing the florals and styling the couples in such a way that complimented the incredible space. But what brought it all together was the darling couple. Their connection adds a special intimacy that draws you in. The result is stunning! I love every single detail. From Kelsey, “We aimed to capture and mirror the warmth, minimalism, and linear elements with the delicate, branching floral designs, the elegant lines of the Alexandra Grecco gown, the clean typography of our invitation suite, and the movement of our models in the space.”

Goods Gang created this special stacking invitation suite that’s typography-heavy and pleasingly minimal. The neutral, earthy color palette was chosen to match the colors of the flowers.

Kelsey chose to use lots of branching elements to mirror the sweeping, organic lines of the building and also because she find delicate flowering branches to be the epitome of spring. “I chose to use minimal amounts of foliage to really let the delicate colors and forms of the sweet peas, tulips, anemones, daffodils, and spirea come to the forefront.”

Kate of Betty Clicker artfully captures the intimacy of the couple and the architecture of the building by paying close attention to line and composition, dissecting parts of the traditional frame. She also beautifully highlights the elegant Alexandra Grecco gown and our couples as they move and flow in the space, adding a delicate and whimsical mood to the shoot.

PHOTOGRAPHER Betty Clicker | PLANNING, DESIGN, AND FLORALS Heart & Soil Flowers | VENUE WTC Transportation Hub | PAPER GOODS Goods Gang | HAIR AK Darling | MAKE-UP Nichole Zuravleff | MODEL Francesca Anderson | SUIT Brooklyn Tailors | WEDDING GOWN Alexandra Grecco