Some couples cannot see themselves in a field of grass, near the ocean tides of the beach, or climbing a mountain to take their engagement photos. So, taking inspiration from the vision of today’s sophisticated, modern bride, this team of wedding vendors set out to create a new style of inspiration. Read on for more!
From the creative team:
“We were put to the challenge and our team discussed using muted slate undertones, simple angles, and lines to achieve a crisp Scandinavian look. We used Shop Gossamer’s studio where the blank canvas of a backdrop really allowed us to focus on the couple and the minimalist artifacts, which gave a cohesion to the overall style of the shoot. When you try and step out of the box, there is always that challenge of trying to source the unique pieces needed for the session. But somehow we managed to find the items that were crucial in allowing us to be consistent with our theme. We wanted our husband to have an intelligent and modern look while still maintaining the sleek and simple style, so we outfitted him with come clear glass frames and fitted blue blazer and silver trouser. Our bride was given a clean, tied back hair style to highlight the soft and fresh make-up. An Alexandra Grecco vintage blue satin Valeria Skirt paired with a cream blouse created the tones which blended well with the gold accessories. We hope this can give the modern couple a way to express their style and uniqueness during their engagement session.”
Photography: Jon Cu | Creative Direction: Sally Pinera | Bridal Shop: The Dress Theory | Skirt: Alexandra Grecco | Rental: Vertigo Home | Studio: Shop Gossamer | Lab: Goodman Film Lab | Video: Robert Pinera | Hair & Makeup: Amy Cu
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