I’ve come back with a new Weddinspiration! This week is based off a design by the French architect, Emmanuelle Moureaux, whose firm is based in Japan. Her designs are centered on the concept of the “Shikiri”, which means “dividing space with colors”.
From the different uses of transparencies and warm colors, I derived three adjectives to create the foundations for this wedding theme. These three adjectives are, fresh, fun and light! Due to a wide warm color palette, I have decided to focus on the coral color, and included the other warm colors as accents.
Wedding design inspired by Emmanuelle Moureaux’s Shikiri Concept in the Kaleidoscope Exhibition in Nakagawa Chemical CS Design Center
Credits (Left to Right, Top to Bottom)
1. Emmanuelle Moureaux Kaleidoscope Exhibition in Nakagawa Chemical CS Design Center 2. Glass Factory/99 Sudbury 3. Water colour Windows (Martha Stewart) 4. Escort Cards (Martha Stewart) 5. Chiffon Flower by Dessy (Wedding Paper Divas) 6. Coral Nail Polish 7. 2-in-1 Wedding Dress (David’s Bridal) 8. Coral Heels (Chinese Laundry) 9. Coral Glass Teardrop Earrings (Estylo Jewelry) 10. Coral Crocheted Leather Cuff Bracelet (Zebra) 11. Pink Plaid Bow Tie (Austin Gros Photography) 12. Grooms & Groomsmen (by Rebekah Westover Photography) 13. Emmanuelle Moureaux Kaleidoscope Exhibition in Nakagawa Chemical CS Design Center 14. Coral Bridesmaid Dress 15. Pale Blooms Pomander (by Union Photography) 16. Orange Pomander (by Mimi Gubser) 17. Invitation 18. Transparent Paper Invitations (Breno Pineschi) 19. Cake (Cake Alchemy) 20. Drinks 21. Pink and White Ice Cream 22. Peach Sorbet 23. Sushi Catering (Catered by Leslie Rosen Catering, Photography by Paul Loftland) 24. Kaleidoscope Escort Cards (by Prokopets Studio) 25. Carnation Seating Cards (Martha Stewart) 26. Coloured Candle Votives 27. Patio 99 Sudbury 28. Green Pea Soup 29. Salmon 30. Hoopla Photo Booth 31. Photo Booth Props