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Moroccan Inspired Bridal Shoot Styled With a Clean Modern Aesthetic and Complete With Gold and Black Accents

From Jessica, the Stylist: 

“The fresh architecture and tropical green courtyards of Park Hyatt Dubai make it one of mine and Maria’s favorite venues. It was here where we first envisioned our bride celebrating her Moroccan heritage alongside her love for a contemporary and clean aesthetic.  

Drawing upon the small courtyard spaces, we wanted this shoot to feel both intimate and vivid, almost as though we were transported to one of Marrakech’s beautiful roads with our striking bride. Organic florals with a focus on that beautiful burnt orange echoed our bride’s strong and confident nature as well as the warm colors of north Africa. Small details on the table such as the tiles, menu design, and leather candle holders further reflected the rich textures of Morocco.

Otherwise, everything was fresh, clean, and contemporary.  Our two bridal gowns embodied the balanced blend of traditional and modern with their unique lace patterns, plunging necklines, and romantic silhouettes. As a contrast, the black fringe dress was the perfect evening gown for our bride to twirl the night away in.”

Photographer: Maria Sundin | Stylist/Planner: Jessica Roberts Design | Floral Designer: Tulipano | Dress/Outfit Designer: Ginger + Poppy Bridal | Hair and Makeup Artist: Monica | Venue: Park Hyatt | Furniture:  Innovative Hiring | Tableware: The Supper House | Stationery: Feather Paper | Tiles:  Mosaico | Cushions + Leather Candles: White Moss | Model:  Marija via Bareface Models |

 

 

 

 

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Once Wed was launched in March 2008 to meet a need in the marketplace for an online listing service for second-hand wedding dresses. Within a short time, the company had developed into an online wedding publication and resource to provide newly-engaged brides with inspiration and tools to plan their dream wedding. 

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