We have a stunning styled shoot for you today. To inspire 2019 brides to incorporate unique elements into their designs. We love the use of specialty rugs, chairs, and accent pieces to bring the look to life. Enjoy this Across the Tropics Inspired Styled Shoot!Xoxo, Jessica
Across the Tropics Inspired Styled Shoot
Submitted by: Rebecca M Creative
What was your design inspiration?
To really inspire brides of 2019 to see past the expected and really travel with their design, Moose Studios brought personal elements of their own into the set and mixed it with unique specialty rugs from vendor Bohme.
One item, in particular, is the standout focal piece of the bamboo peacock chair, this chair is from the photographer’s own home, adding a personal touch and aspect of familiarity to the set and production design utilized by director Rebecca of Rebecca M Creative.
Additional details of the paper design by Elizabeth of Weddings by Eccentricity and the pop of personality of the cake from Marcia of Sweet Cravings are just the perfect flourish on the complete masterpiece of the entire production.
Describe your flowers.
Using lush tones of deep reds mixed with statement pieces in bold pinks/corals, floral artist Braiden from Ivie Floral Co wove traditional and exotic together with leafy greens to capture the feeling of being in the tropical beach jungle of a far off location. House plants in many varieties were used to help set the scene, bringing texture and intimacy to the open space. For statement floral, Braiden chose the often overlooked Protea as a focal point. As a tropical plant, the protea with its pointy petals and thick stalk add culture and warmth to the floral arrangements.
Tell us about your attire choices.
The custom gown from Jessica of JNoelle Designs is a classic masterpiece perfect for a modern, sleek, classic bride. Known for innovative, two-piece designs, JNoelle Designs was a perfect choice for this concept with the fitted design and the luxurious lace top. The details of the gown are subtle and don’t detract from the beauty of the wearer, rather they enhance.
The choice to have the bride wear a hat rather than a classic veil or headpiece is indicative of the actual personal style of photographer Michaela (1⁄2 of Moose Studios) and also adds a nod of adventure to the bridal look.
The makeup brought a naturalistic beauty to life with neutrals, glows and precision that was accentuated by the textured hair full of braided twists and curls.
The sharp suit of the groom with the classic lines and pop of greenery in the pocket brought a strong complement to the bride and the couple as a whole.
Describe the tablescape elements.
The table set design from wedding planner/designer Tressa of Cultivated Events Co. brought the concept of the tropics to life with the addition of the table styling through the use of the raw, cut fruit, the colors incorporated into the candles, the linens, and the glassware. Each detail is intentionally placed to add a level of luxury to the design.
VendorsPhotography: Moose Studio | Event Production: Rebecca M Creative | Styling: Cultivated Events Co | Floral: Ivie floral co | Wedding Ring: Wilson Diamonds | Stationery: Weddings By Eccentricity | Venue: Talia Event Center | Wedding Cake: Sweet Cravings by Marcia | Rentals: The Bohme Project | Model: Mallory Stack | Model: David Maldo | Ribbon: Tono & Co. | Ribbon: Honeysilk Co. | Wedding Dress: JNoelle.Designs | Fashion: Gigi Pip | Makeup: Trevor Butler | Hair: Honey Hair by Karen | Submitted via: Matchology
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