A Bohemian Wedding Dress To Die For
The inspiration behind this styled shoot comes entirely from the amazingly beautiful bohemian dress from Rue de Seine. Due to the intricate details of the dress the creators wanted to use a background that was neutral, but also highlighted the heavenly dress.
Here’s a question to all of you who are planning a wedding (or have already made your special day come true): What inspired you to take the direction you have chosen? What detail ignited that first spark? Is it another wedding that you have seen, a beautifully designed wall paper or something else? We all take inspiration from all around, all the time, no matter if it actually relates to the thing we want to design or not. That is the beauty in creativity - to find something that drives you to create something new. Everyone has this ability, to go your own way. Even if you don’t consider yourself a creative person, think again! You can always take something that already exists and twist it to make it your creation. Changing the color of the frosting or designing an entirely unique wedding arch - both can make your creative juices flow!
Again, here the creators starting point was the dress. And sometimes that’s all you need: Just one thing that make everything snowball - and whoops! All of a sudden you just know how your entire wedding will look!
Such amazing photography, with the sunset as back lighting. Photographer Nikk Nguyen Photo sure nailed this one!
Sometimes you don’t need much to highlight the place for the wedding ceremony. A strategically hung piece of cloth can turn a piece of the forest into a perfect place for a wedding.
(Click here for another example of a wedding arch that uses a trees as a foundation:: Bröllopsporträtt på myr med tyllkjol från Ellen Marie Bridal by Sisters in Law.)