The Art of Love Editorial Part I: Impressionism

The Knot has solidified it’s place as an icon. If you’re buying you’re first wedding magazine, there is a good chance it will be The Knot. For years we’ve been blessed to have our stationery suites grace the pages from issue to issue.

{But this year we were entrusted with an opportunity I could never have dreamed – The Art of Love Editorial.}

In celebration of my latest book release, The Painter’s Wedding, The Knot editors and I collaborated on a multi page editorial for this Fall’s national print issue. Just as in each chapter of The Painter’s Wedding, a fine artist was chosen to inspire a celebration table, cake, invitation suite and various wedding finery moments. We decided on three art movements; Impressionism, Baroque and Abstract Expressionism.

And so first we have Impressionism…

A palette of moody blues juxtaposed with richly saturated brights.
Fresh fruit was painted with impressionistic brushstrokes. Exotic wood monogram.


A marzipan station with a touch of Wedgwood!
You may recognize this painted pattern from the menus?
More painted fruit!

Watercolor-Wedding-Cheese-Plate Watercolor-Illustration-Wedding-Itinerary

A peek inside the magazine!

Momental-Designs-The-Knot-Fall-2018 A look behind the scenes:

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