Last week, I got to photograph a gorgeous new venue and black tie tablescapes – all masquerade themed – for a styled shoot.
You may ask, what is a styled shoot?
It’s basically a collaborative art project for wedding professionals. And an awesome opportunity to create some artistic Denver wedding photographs and keep my skills sharp in the off season!
For this particular styled shoot, it was all about showing off this gorgeous venue and the incredible work of all the vendors involved.
Downtown Denver Rooftop Reception Venue:
The 360 at Skyline features those amazing views that Denver is known for. You can see mountains and the cityscape in the same frame, which is basically the dream for an artistic Denver wedding photographer!
Denver Rooftop Wedding Rentals:
Max and Livie and Event Rents provided stunning, unique details that elevated (no pun intended) the entire setup: masks, fur throws, plates and silverware, and lounge areas that ensure guests feel comfortable and swanky at the same time.
Black Tie Wedding Stationary Denver:
Lucky Onion provided the paper for this shoot – isn’t it amazing?! These laser cut details were so much fun to photograph and set the tone for this black tie Denver reception!
Downtown Denver Rooftop Centerpieces:
The Olive and Poppy created stunning centerpieces and florals for the shoot. The jewel tones were so perfect – they brought some sweetness and romance to the dramatic tablescapes.
Denver Rooftop Wedding Planners:
The Gardner Effect (TGE) put together this entire shoot – you do NOT want to put together a shoot without a planner! So important to have someone with a vision for the project to bring everything together and make it happen. As an artistic Denver wedding photographer I do not have the skills to pull this off!
Denver Rooftop Uplights:
Elite Entertainment provided uplights that gave the shoot that little extra touch. Really tied the whole space together – and matched the sunset perfectly!
For more information about all these awesome vendors, check out their websites above!