Ballet Studio Wedding Inspiration

In this captivating editorial, the love and creativity shared by Aislinn and Joseph take center stage. As we witness their love entwined with Aislinn’s artistry, we reframe the narrative, reminding the world that women engineers can indeed be creative, artsy, and infinitely inspiring. Leaving a lasting impression of love, creativity, and the limitless possibilities that unfold when we embrace all facets of our true selves.

This editorial features a real couple, Aislinn and Joseph, who met in college and became sweethearts ever since. Aislinn is training to be a Mechanical Engineer, but is also a ballet dancer. To disrupt the notion that women engineers can’t be creative and artsy, Aislinn would like to highlight this creative side of her as a dancer in the shoot.

We selected a studio as the venue to evoke a sense of training for and dancing a dance routine. We emphasized the clean “studio” look for a very timeless and classic “black and white” wedding with a soft ballerina twist. As such, we opted for a minimalistic ceremony backdrop of soft pink flowers draping down from the ceiling like pink tutus that a ballerina would wear. The cake also drew inspiration from flowy white tulle.

In terms of her outfit, Aislinn wore a tulle dress with beige/lining that matches her pointe shoes. We created her dream “getting ready” — which includes her donning her pointe shoes and dancing her favorite routine before meeting her soon to be husband for a first look, followed by their very own private “first dance” right after the first look. -Astrini Sie Studio

Photographer: Astrini Sie
Venue: Pennies on Main
Stylist / Planner / Designer:  Pennies Events
Floral Designer: Moonflower Design Co
Dress Boutique: A & M Bridal Enterprises
Cake Designer: Cake and Crumble
Makeup Artist: K. Marina Beauty
Hair Stylist: K. Marina Beauty
Rentals: Pennies Rentals
Stationery:Honest Calligraphy
Models: Aislinn Williamson & Joseph Yoro

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