Room 1520 Chicago wedding inspiration. For rustic minimalism, this styled shoot from Chicago, Illinois, incorporates just a few elements for a big impact, including peach blooms, a dream venue, and classic bridal style. With a whitewashed venue, it doesn’t take much to create a standout design. Neutral tones and a few romantic additions round out the look for a truly resplendent vibe.
The invitation suite is classic and simple. It features white parchment, cream-colored calligraphy and a personalized wax seal. The collection also includes the venue’s design.
Studded Valentino shoes are a fashion-forward footwear choice for the bride but her best accessory includes a stunning oval-shaped ring, of course.
The asymmetrical bouquet features pink and peach roses along with assorted white flowers in a bed of greenery. The collection is tied with pink silk ribbons for an elegant finish. Three different boutonnieres feature roses, veronica, and berries to coordinate with the bride’s bouquet.
The loft at Room 1520 features whitewashed floors, walls, and ceilings. The venue’s crystal chandeliers are a glamorous and unexpected addition.
The bride’s first look features a long-sleeved lace gown with a fingertip-length veil.
The venue includes stylish furnishings such as white lounge furniture, perfect for the bride to pose and show off her look.
A vow book is a perfect keepsake for any ceremony. This piece not only looks beautiful but is a great way to remember those important words.
The bride’s makeup is dewy and natural. She wears her hair in a sweeping updo that looks perfect with or without a veil.
The second dress in this shoot is a fitted mermaid gown with thin straps and a low back. As she ventures outside to the second location, the Museum of Science and Industry, her gown offers soft contrast to the museum’s Roman architecture.
The photographer spots a light green door, making for a rustic and beautiful backdrop.
As the bride emerges from the heavy double doors, the blusher gently covers her face, creating a picturesque silhouette.
The rustic and romantic vibe of this styled shoot was created with one stunning bouquet, two ingenious locations, and timeless bridal style. When you open your eyes to what's around you and keep things simple and elegant, so much can be achieved in the way of wedding day design.
Photographer: bonphotage// Hair Stylist: Appease inc// Model: Cody Krogman// Floral Designer: Flowers for Dreams// Calligrapher: In Loft Calligraphy // Reception Venue: Room 1520 Chicago //Dress Store: Sweet Caroline's // Ring Box: The Mrs Box//Shoes: Valentino// Vow Book: Wedding Story Writer