“Creole Love Calls” | 1920s Elopement Inspiration Shoot

Brianna Kozlarek / Tuesday December 20, 2016


Today’s stunning styled shoot by Kayla Belle Weddings & Events draws its inspiration from the cultural and artistic explosion that took place in the 1920’s in Harlem. It draws elements of an urban oasis and fuses them with old world charm. Jacques and Nehemie fell in love together with the sounds of Duke, Ella, Bessie and Louis, and added some creole spice by eloping.   An intimate affair for the two lovebirds infused with design elements focusing on romance, love and seduction was all they needed. We are HOOKED. Take a look at all the gorgeousness, photographed by Nana Annan:




Vendors: Creative Director: Janelle Morris of Kayla Belle Weddings & Events |Photography: Nana Annan |Floral Design: Events by Nikki Diaz |Stationery & Calligraphy: Letters By Anat |Hair Stylist: Beauty by Stephen |Makeup artist: Khadine Clarke |Stylist: Luxe LeBlanc | Bridal Dress: Pantora Bridal |All headpieces: Z Malan |Linens, Napkins: The Finishing Touch |Chargers, Flatware, Dinnerware, Glassware: The Tabletop Company |Cake & Treat: Yvonne Cakes |Catering: Fleurimond Catering |Models: @zaxai_official @modelnehimie | Location: Willie and Lorayne Oliver Estate courtesy of Linda Lartey