Color Me Marsala: Romantic Rooftop Styled Shoot

I have to say, I was immediately in love when Pantone named Marsala the 2015 Color of the Year. The hue seems to simply flatter everything it touches, from lips to flowers, gowns and even pastries. It holds a certain level of decadence that enables it to be paired with a wide variety of palettes. The talented vendors who pulled this Seattle rooftop shoot together felt similarly about the magic Marsala can bring to the table (pun intended). Playing off the glamour of the Hotel Deca, Sprinkled in Seattle invisioned the deep tone with hints of copper and a base of ivory. The results? Modern and sophisticated inspiration, captured by B. Jones Photography, that does the color of the year some serious justice.

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From Sprinkled in Seattle:

"When Pantone first announced their 2015 Color of the Year, I was so excited to work with a color that was so versatile and complimentary to the natural color palette of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Becca, of B. Jones Photography, approached me about doing a styled shoot in late January/early February and I knew we had to incorporate Marsala somehow. Being so close to Valentine’s Day, I thought it would be the perfect pop of color we needed to really bring this shoot to life! Add in greens, neutrals and copper (the new gold!) and you have a stunning color palette that really exudes elegance and romanticism."

"One of my favorite parts of collaborating with such a vendor dream team is being able to give everyone involved the colors, rough vision, and letting each person put their unique flair into their portion of the shoot. Carla of Honey Crumb Cake Studio did a phenomenal job incorporating modern elements into a sophisticated, cohesive design and Alicia of Bella Fiori blew me away with all of her breathtaking floral pieces. Hotel Deca’s Presidential Suite and rooftop terrace was the perfect backdrop. Eatdrink catering, the delicious onsite caterer of Hotel Deca, went above and beyond to provide food, drinks and some of the rentals."

From B. Jones Photography:

“For the photos, I really wanted to bring about a whimsical, nostalgic feel so I opted for a light airy film style editing. This elopement [styled shoot] is the perfect balance between the lights & glow of the crazy nonstop city in the background and the sophisticated, intimate setting above it all.”

Design + Coordination
Hair + Makeup
Wedding Dress + Accessories
Groom's Attire
Floral Design
Wedding Cake
Paper Design