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Pig hides were also included in various places (Bloody Mary bar, lounge, dessert table, photo booth backdrop) to allude to the animal carcasses.“I looked more at the shapes and textures the animal parts were creating in the painting and then found design elements to represent that,” Culver confesses. For example, I thought, what would be the signature drink at a Francis Bacon wedding and a Bloody Mary immediately came to mind.“When we saw the two levels of floor-to-ceiling windows and amazing location, we knew it would be a perfect asset to the event scene in Minneapolis,” says Jessica Barrett, the Machine Shop’s executive director.“This summer will be the inaugural wedding season for our venue, but we have a seasoned crew with years of planning extraordinary events under our belts.The animal carcasses in the painting were the trickiest element to incorporate, Culver says, as she didn’t want to push the envelope too far.This resulted in a roasted pig as part of the escort card display, draped beautifully with flowers.It just seemed like a natural fit for some reason,” Culver adds, noting that the models are an actual couple who got married Labor Day weekend at Mill City Museum in 2015.

The colors were also directly pulled from the painting.Our awesome dessert company, Cocoa & Fig, got creative with the desserts like a bacon cupcakes and blackberry macarons.” And what would a painting-inspired styled shoot be without real paintings?



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