It’s always the cake, y’all. Not only was this shoot fantastic because the details that were put into it were extraordinarily breathtaking, but that cake blew me away. And the dress.
From the photographer:
“As a photographer, I am continually on the hunt for new and inspiring spaces to shoot couples. When a local Italian Bakery and Cannoli Cafe opened up in a nearby sleepy town – I knew I wanted to explore the possibilities of this historical space. Walking in, you are greeted with mid-century tin tile ceilings, washed away brick + cement, old wooden flooring, elaborate damask wallpaper and the piece de resistance – the early 1900’s Steinback piano that has been in the family for four generations. The concept was to let the space dictate the shoot, and everything seemed to fall into place. Fun and bright florals combining rich Pink Ranunculus and Purple Anemone, paired with moody undertones helped create this serendipitous Italian Elopement.
And let’s not forget the stars of the show … the Authentic Italian Pastries made fresh daily by Sweet Capone’s Cafe – Chocolate Ganache Torte, Rum Baba, Peche Dolci and a Lemon Lime Patron Tequila Torte.Our bride wore a classic Circle Lace wedding gown, featuring a high neckline with cap sleeves and keyhole cutout in the back. The table was draped with delicious blue velvet, gold and pearl embellished tableware. A bold honeycomb wedding cake with daring navy fondant adorned with more Peche Dolci and a Prugna pastries and florals. A Bourbon & Whiskey Bar on wheels adorned with an antique blue decanter set, and of course – an Italian Soda station to complete the setting.”
Photography: Candy Koated Design Studio
Venue: Sweet Capone’s
Paper Props: AJ’s Craft Creations
Men’s Attire: Black Knight Tuxedos
Event Designer: Engaged by Darcie Event & Wedding Design
Beauty: Hair by Sunny
Bridal Gown: Novia Mia Bridal
Floral Designer: Shared Seasons Floral Design
Bakery: Sugar by Tracy
Makeup Artist: Zebo Makeup
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