Urban Art-Inspired Bridal Shoot

The Story: This bridal shoot was inspired by the work of contemporary abstract impressionist, Jill Krutick. The shoot was styled based on a painting called “Ice Cube Spring” which also featured as the backdrop of the shoot. 

The Location: This shoot took place in the artist’s studio/gallery space in Westchester, New York. Some expert styling from Mandy Forlenza Sticos and vintage décor from Little Village Rentals transformed this space into a stunning location for an urban micro-wedding.

The Vibe: A delicate but confident look for a chic summer bride. Gentle movement from a warm summer breeze is captured perfectly by the crepe skirt on the Tatayna Merenyuk “Tessa” gown. With a colour palette combining bright blue, striking yellow, warm toffee with ivory hues, this clean and sleek aesthetic is for creative thinking brides. 

The Details: The heirloom dinnerware has an artisan feel which complements the brushed gold flatware.  Brass candlesticks accented the magnificent floral centerpiece. A hand dyed silk velvet ribbon holds the stunning bouquet together and the textured buttercream on the cake is reminiscent of an artist’s palette mirroring the textured envelope lining from the stationery suite. 


  • The light filled images by Kristina Staal Photography evoke the emotion and timelessness of weddings. 
  • The delicate artistry of the invitation suite and name cards including a delicious handmade pale yellow seeded RSVP envelope.
  • The yellow diamond engagement ring which glows in The Family Joolz oval ring box.




Photography: Kristina Staal Photography | Venue: Jill Krutick Fine Art | Styling: Mandy Forlenza Sticos | Floral: Macari Floral | Stationery: Macari Floral | Vintage Rentals:Little Village Rentals | Rentals: Please B Seated | HMUA: Eye of Luna | Ribbon: Angela Frost Boutique | Ring Box: The Family Joolz | Wedding Cake: The Snackery Bakeshop | Wedding Dress: Tatayna Merenyuk | Bride’s Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Vei & Accessories: Emma Katzka | Submitted via: Matchology