The hand-painted mural at Edgewater’s The Lytle House inspired the colors and whimsical theme for this vibrant and colorful gender non-conforming wedding inspiration shoot from EcoWilde Flower Co. and Thistle & Twine Atelier. With decor produced with all eco-friendly materials and vintage and retro attire, this talented group of Chicago wedding vendors created beautiful wedding inspiration that is breaking tradition and setting new trends!
Gender Non-Conforming Wedding Inspiration
This wedding styled shoot was inspired by the vibrant colors of the hand-painted mural at The Lytle House, and used modern and vintage styles to provide inspiration for couples who are gender non-conforming. The primary colors of the mural set a bold yet playful tone as yellow ribbons and brightly colored flowers draped the patio. The decor’s color and texture brought sprinkle of whimsy to the otherwise urban environment.
Eco-Friendly + Hand-Crafted Details
All of the flowers and decor were produced using eco-friendly materials by EcoWilde Flower Co. Emilie wore a boutonniere that was hand-crafted from of an up-cycled coat hanger, and Danielle’s hair flowers were accented with gold jewelry wire!
Emilie’s non-traditional cravat was also hand-crafted by Lonesome Traveler to accent their vintage-inspired suit. Danielle looked gorgeous in her classic beaded mermaid dress by Mignonette Bridal and asymmetrical floral hairpiece by EcoWilde Flower Co. Hair and make-up by Nika Vaughn Bridal Artists added a bit of glamour to the couple’s natural beauty.