As a bride, do you ever wonder how wedding vendors get inspired? We feel that often the best inspiration comes when they do creative shoots with each other. They can discuss ideas and let the creativity flow without any constraints. The results are often innovative and stunning. Working with a rusty color palette that would normally be thought of as only being for fall, the floral design here mixed it with paler honey and turmeric tones. Suddenly you can see how this unexpected combination would work for many seasons. Pairing these strong colors against a white cake is so unexpected, yet so striking. This shoot should also inspire you to not let a season of the year control your design process!

To reinforce this feeling of how well unexpected elements can work together, the design team offers you two fashion looks. While both are beautifully editorial (and feature the same model) they are entirely different looks: deep copper jumpsuit with sleek hair and fabulous, statement making earrings, or stylish, fitted, deep-v neckline dress with loose, natural hair. It would be hard choosing a look – but either is great. In closing, we have to acknowledge that the way each of these elements has been photographed captures how wonderfully this team worked together to achieve their vision!

Photography Ana Lui Photography | Planning/Design Duet Weddings | Floral Moon Canyon | Hair & Makeup Diva Borrelli & Vincenzo Della Volpe | Tableware and Decor The Ark


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