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Black, White, and Green Art Gallery Shoot

A team of talented Annapolis-area vendors stage a high-fashion photo shoot

By Kim Forrest Published

A gown with architectural details and greenery in lieu of flowers contributes to a contemporary feel. All photographs by David Hartcorn Photography

We love a good backyard, vintage-inspired wedding as much as the next gal, but we’re starting to think that clean, ultramodern events are what’s next in wedding style here in the DC area (we’re thinking a toned-down version of Kim Kardashian’s black-and-white wedding, perhaps).

So obviously we were delighted to see this photo shoot styled by the unique and chic Julie Savage of Strawberry Milk Events (whose blog we’ve admired for a while), and shot by David Hartcorn Photography. Several other Annapolis vendors (listed below) also contributed their creativity and talents to these photos, which were shot at a private residence in Annapolis.

According to Savage, the shoot was inspired by the phrase: “Love is the most beautiful art form.” With a color scheme of black, white, and kelly green, the vendors created lots of inspiring details (the mini champagne bottle save-the-date, the black dinnerware, the graphic menu), that are totally wedding-worthy.

VENDORS

Concept and Styling: Strawberry Milk Events

Photography: David Hartcorn Photography

Floral Design: Great Expectations Flowers by Inka

Paper Items: Little Bit Heart

Rentals/China: DC Rental

Makeup: About Face Beauti

Gown: Pronovias from Love Couture Bridal

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Posted at 09:07 AM/ET, 12/14/2011 RSS | Print | Permalink | Comments () | Washingtonian.com Blogs

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  • DC Fashion Guy

    The model is fabulous DC native Chelsea Taylore! She's also been in local magazines The Shore Life in Maryland, Virginia Bride Magazine, Meets Obsession Magazine and Eco-Beautiful weddings magazine in this area. Why do the talents never get credit??

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