Industrial Romance Wedding Editorial by Mylyn Wood Photography

When It List Member Mylyn Wood Photography creates an editorial she does so much more then just create an inspiring work of art. She has a way of not just allowing us to see her work but to truly feel it. We love the emotion and depth that each image provides and we love how real everything feels.

  ~ "A true talent can not only allow you to see with your eyes but also with your heart" ~ 

From photographer Mylyn Wood: I've heard over and over again the woes of molding two completely different styles together for a wedding. With this editorial we really wanted to showcase that gritty, industrial feel with a soft, romantic vibe. So your guy is a bit more casual and you'd like to go all out? You can! With the right details you can make it all flow together beautifully. Our coordinator put together some incredible DIY details including the custom stone candle holders and we enlisted the help of the incredible Letters and Dust to make some truly unique signs on marble and raw stone. By keeping the venue industrial while putting a natural elements spin on the details we were able to mix the two seemingly polar opposite styles together!

Photography: Mylyn Wood Photography | Venue: Castaway | Dress Shop: The White Dress | Cake Designer: Country Cake Shop | Stationery: Letters & Dust | Coordination: Him & Her Events | Florals: Sarah Renard Floral | Jewelry: Chinchar/Maloney Fine Jewelry | Beauty: Blossom & Beauty | Models: Alexandra Hagel and Matias Gonzales | Film Lab:
Photovision Printing

I believe in more than just photos. I believe that your memories deserve to not just been seen but more importantly, felt. I want your memories to LIVE.

There’s a reason I still read actual books. I love the thrill of physically turning each page, seeing my progress through the story and smelling the paper and ink. It’s real, it’s tangible and it makes me FEEL something.

Our world these days is so fast paced. We scroll through photos and quickly double tap to like a photo that you just LOVE and yet only moments later it’s already forgotten.

Your memories deserve more than that. They deserve to be remembered. To be felt. To be noticed.
— Mylyn Wood