What could be a sweeter inspiration for a wedding design than a poem? We love this soft and romantic shoot from Anzhelika Gekkelman Photography inspired by a poem by Alexander Pushkin. The classic pastel color palette of blush, peach, and cream is so dreamy. How amazing is the cake, inspired by the designs on the fireplace of the venue? Absolute perfection!
Inspired by a poem written by Alexander Pushkin, I designed this editorial to portray soft glances, elegant movements, and little breathless moments of romance. My father would recite bits and pieces of his poems when I was growing up and I felt a deeper connection to his poetry the older I became. This particular poem spoke of the first moment this woman appeared before this eyes, in enchanting light and leaving him in a daze. She disappears and he goes through a whirlwind of emotions of sorrow and pain. It ends with her reappearing and his heart becomes revived with love and light.
The details on the cake were meant to tie into the designs on the fireplace and ceiling of the Georgian Rooms at the Vancouver Club, the little table for the floral centerpiece also had the similar engraving to match the design. For the flowers I chose roses because what could be more classic than a rose. I ended the photoshoot it with a graceful dance – because how better can you showcase a joyous heart then with a dance!
Photography | Anzhelika Gekkelman Photography | Venue | Vancouver Club | Florals | Studio Floretta | Stationery | OMD Creative | Videography | Solovey Inc | Cake | Cake & Giraffe | Rentals | Vintage Meant For Rent | Linens | The little wedding shoppe | Hair & Makeup | Mink Makeup & Hair | Calligraphy | Handlettered By Bev | Dress | Kathryn Bass Bridal | Accessories | Powder Blue Bijoux | Submitted via Matchology