Filed under: Styled Shoots
If you love luxury mixed with the vibrant colors of a whimsical garden, you will love this styled shoot.
A decadent floral explosion inspired by Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb fragrance was envisioned and expertly executed by Shalyce Tyson of Sensational Soirees in a stunning styled photoshoot. The one of a kind scent served as a muse in a concept that called for explosive elements and a beautiful color palette of ivory, gold and shades of soft and deep pink. How can you not fall in love with the elements used in this shoot? They include a lush, floral runner cascading to the floor, laser cut rose chargers, a hand painted backdrop for the 4 tier wedding cake accented with fresh flowers, a stunning, custom floral inspired invitation suite and so much more. As if the perfume was not inspiration enough, the design team was able to partner with Viktor and Rolf’s brand new bridal line, Mariage (this is how they spelled it in their form), to incorporate a gown named after the very scent that inspired the entire shoot. The jaw dropping Flowerbomb Gown was a head-turner. A unique addition to a shoot that will have you dreaming of lovely scents, lush flowers and one luxe wedding.
This event designer took us to Africa with this Safari-inspired wedding shoot and we love everything about it!
Bon Apetite! A chic exclamation that provided event designer Jennifer Brown of The
Carousel Factory with the perfect inspiration for an over-the-top high tea party styled shoot that any fabulous little girl would be honored to attend. “The development of this design was
inspired by the print design of an elegant placemat.”
If you love the city, a rooftop wedding allows you to take advantage of the skyline view for an unforgettable experience. In this luxe modern styled shoot event planner Michelle Gainey of Lemiga events creates a scene perfect for a stylish couple that appreciates clean lines with glamorous touches. Bold and beautiful jewel tone shades of purple, black, and silver are mixed with textures and patterns. The Lemiga team incorporated velvet, acrylic, and a striking black and silver pattern. For the escort card display, they tied seating cards to champagne split bottles allowing them to double as favors. The wedding cake was a mix of clean lines on the top and lots of texture on the bottom. All of the beautiful stationery by Papered Wonders incorporated the purple and silver colors plus a beautiful custom wax seal monogram that the couple can continue to use for years to come. The bride wore a bold, sexy and modern Berta gown. The groom wore a classic black tux from the Modern Gent. Being out on the rooftop for a wedding can present its own set of challenges like high winds. Using an acrylic table allowed the team to have a dramatic look for the dinner estate table without the worry of the linen flying away.
The 1920’s was a time marked by iconic fashion, music, and daring ideas. That era was the inspiration behind this styled Great Gatsby shoot.
There is nothing like capturing a couples love for each other through a camera lens. After tying the knot, this couple decided to showcase their love in the heart of downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Wanting to ensure that their photos capsuled their personalities, a bohemian styled shoot worked best for the loving couple. Completely in awe of this photo-shoot, we wanted to get more details and tips from Christina, the planner for the shoot.
Inspired by starting with a blank canvas , it was important that theme of this photo-shoot maintained a clean , yet edgy look. White elements, and sophistication made this photo shoot snatch out attention and we just had to know more! So of course we asked the planner about this all white shoot!
Brittany of B. Rich Photography and her team “Let the good times roll” or “Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler,” as they saw in Louisiana, for a recent styled wedding shoot.
Black is not a color that is traditionally used in weddings, but Pamela Williams, of Pamela Williams Photography, did not shy away from using black in unexpected places for her first styled wedding shoot of the year. “The concept of this shoot was to be different. I wanted something very out of the ordinary,” she said. The color story for this shoot was black and red, with touches of gold. Right away, Pamela knew the couple that she wanted to be a part of this story. Alexis Thomas and Charles Bass III, had been married since May 2011, but had never had a wedding. What would be more perfect than giving them “wedding photos” that they would be able to cherish for their lifetime?
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