Untitled - Red Ribbon Studio


Untitled - Red Ribbon Studio
misha + nick
September 5 I St. Louis Park, MN
modern vintage
fter visiting local fabric shops for inspiration,
Misha Muñoz (28 and an advertising account
executive) and Nick Colich (29 and a liquor store
co-owner) found the ivory-and-black French toile
pattern that became the center of their décor. When
they couldn’t find it for rent, they bought the material
and had linens custom-made. Colors like charcoal,
ivory, black and gray complemented the toile. —JD
the ceremony décor The paper flowers looked especially classic in white. the centerpieces
For a dramatic effect, zinc birdbaths filled with hydrangeas, orchids and moss topped the tables.
the bridesmaids The four girls wore knee-length charcoal dresses and held soft pink, ivory and
green bouquets similar to Misha’s. the boutonniere Nick and the guys wore mini cymbidium orchids,
seeded eucalyptus and bunny tail grass. the invitations The custom-made invites were printed on
heavy card stock with tiny gray letterpress dots. Misha mailed them in boxes to protect the handsewn ivory silk dupioni flower applied onto each (and inspired by one on her dress). the ceremony
Ivory and gray ribbon, glass garland, candleholders and paper flowers hung from the ceiling to create
a backdrop behind the altar. the cake An oversize fondant flower served as the cake’s focal point.
Site Minneapolis Golf Club,
St. Louis Park Photography
Red Ribbon Studio, Minneapolis
Event Planner Bungalow 6
Design, Minneapolis Dress Vera
Wang Shoes Christian Louboutin
Formalwear Ermenegildo Zegna
and Calvin Klein Flowers
Bastian+Skoog Urban Flower
Studio, Minneapolis Cake
Gateaux Inc., Plymouth
Stationery Paperista,
Minneapolis Music Parisota
Hot Club, Minneapolis; DJ Jake
Rudh, Minneapolis

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