Inspiration can come from anywhere and we love when couples find something unique to inspire their wedding day design. Today’s destination elopement shoot from Velluto Photography showcases just that, being inspired by a beautiful set of vintage plates with game birds. A sweet elopement scene under a stone bridge in Northern Italy became the perfect pairing for this sweet inspiration.
The concept of this shooting came to mind when we found two Johnson Brothers plates from the “Game Birds” collection. I was obsessed with these plates and I promised to myself to find the right occasion to incorporate them in an inspiration shoot. I had in mind something feminine and delicate and I wanted to name our editorial after the collection of plates, using the game birds as a kind of motif. I also wanted to counter balance the sweetness and delicacy of the model with the location, that’s why we chose to shoot it at the Devil’s Bridge in Turin, Italy, a place where legends, symbols, and magic are at ease. Danielle Design created a big, wild and messy bouquet and a matching centerpiece for the florals. The runner on the table was home dyed by myself with wild fruit tea infusion.
We are absolutely swooning over today’s dreamy shoot from the fab Diana Frohmueller Photography at a historic German monastery. Inspired by the rich creamy tones of the stonework, this shoot has such an intimate and etherial quality you can’t help but love. The invitation suite with it’s illustration of the monastery and wax seals is utterly romantic. And the wedding cake is absolute perfection!
With its high-rising towers looming over the northern edge of the Elm Mountains, the Kaiserdom in Koenigslutter is visible for miles around. The building remains an impressive, stately sight, even today. At the time of its construction, in the middle of the 12th century, it was the biggest building in Northern Germany. The outstanding quality of the stonework of the eastern parts, the monumental vaults within and the extraordinary architectural sculpture, are all expressions of the imperial demand that Lothair III made for the church that he founded. We were inspired by golden elements with lightly colors and an elegant touch and wanted to create a shoot that was a little romantic and minimalistic.
Photography and Planning | Diana Frohmueller Photography | Venue | Cloister Koenigslutter | Florals | Sylvia Hartmann Design | Stationery | Annette Bleichert | Groom’s Attire | LO & GO | Cake | Tortendesign by Tanja Kühn | Wedding Dress | Hochzeitsblume | Linens | Sylvia Hartmann Design | Hair and Makeup | Prinzessinzauber by Tanja Fulle | Submitted via Matchology
Peach is the perfect color for a spring wedding. Pair it with black and gold and you’ve got a fresh modern take we know you will love. Mikkel Paige Photography is sharing this elegant and romantic shoot to inspire with this unique color palette. All of the calligraphy details are oh so sweet, with a ceremony backdrop featuring lines from When Harry Met Sally hand-lettered. We are swooning over the bride’s gorgeous style, with her flutter sleeve dress making a delicate statement. The draped tent reception was a blend of modern elegance with vibrant florals and trendy marble details.
Photography | Mikkel Paige Photography | Venue | The Bradford | Planning | Viva L’Event | Florals | new creations flowers | Stationery | Mason Dixon Designs | Cake | Sugar Euphoria | Rentals | Greenhouse Picker Sisters | Rentals | Capital Events | Hair & Makeup | Silverceiling | Dress | Maggi Bridal Raleigh | Groom’s Attire | Generation Tux | Submitted via Matchology