As creatives, we have a constant urge to improve our aesthetic, overcome our fears and evolve further. Our creative inner voice wants to be challenged All The Time. That is when we truly want to experiment new concepts and above all present meaningful designs and imagery, push ourselves and get out of our comfort zone. Imagery that truly reflects who we are as artists. I decided on breaking some personal barriers because of this and push myself to be adventurous and explore unfamiliar grounds. So here is what a dreamy bridal editorial looks like.
The project “Dreamy Bridal Editorial” is a photo shoot that I have planned, produced and photographed during 2 weeks. I was lucky to be able to collaborate with a few amazing vendors in the wedding industry. It’s an amazing feeling to know that your colleagues in the industry share the same vision.
With these images, I tried to show that moment of softness and oneness of the bride before the ceremony. Often during the wedding day, brides do not have much time to spend alone and reflect on their lifestyle before they get married. Here I wanted to portray the importance of being one with yourself. This is the only little window during the wedding day when a bride can reflect on her life, experiences and feelings before going out there and marrying the love of her life.
“Dreamy Bridal Editorial” was a success thanks to every single woman who took their time to be part of it. Here are their details in case you’d like to get in touch with them if you are planning a wedding. They are wonderful humans, supporting women and their visions.
Model – Cathy Wilson
Hair & Makeup artist – Stephanie Alexandra
Dress – Christine @ The Cotswold Frock Shop
Handmade, customised veils – Heather Cooper
Designed and Handmade Headpiece – Bev Pile
Photography – Jasmine Photography
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