A Yellow Wedding
Us Swedes are quite well known for our love of neutral colors and a minimalistic style. A typical Swedish everyday outfit is preferably black with white and gray details, ready to be rocked. And of course we understand why, it is a safe, timeless style that is easy to pick up in the early morning before work. But then we also have that colorful gene. That little voice within us shouting for something to happen. Give us color, shape and innovative clothing! Embrace the attracted looks, stand up straight and show off your personality in your clothing style!
Today we have a colorful styled elopement in the clearest yellow color of them all, photographed by Masha Bakker Photography. Lemons has been the source of inspiration for this shoot and it is a wonderful shoot full of beautiful details to inspired us all with. We really hope that these are images that inspire you to dare express yourself on your wedding day, whether it is to choose a strong color on decorations or to go for a dream wedding that breaks all traditions that ever existed in the wedding world. Bring it!
This dessert table really makes us think about spring and summer. There are fresh cut flowers and foliage in the vases and lemons on the walls, fresh berries on the pastries and light tones in the porcelain.
Incorporating DIY decorations into the wedding are alternatives that are both budget-friendly while becoming a pleasant activity before the wedding to do with each other, together with families or friends. Win-Win! 1000 birds was made for this shoot, how many origami birds will you be able to make before your big day?
Last and perhaps even the least, regarding the size of the detail, we want to pay attention to the paper bow tie! Incredibly cool DIY details! We are really impressed by the creator who made it!
Photographer: Masha Bakker Photography
Wedding coordinator: BEST DAY EVER Events
Videographer: Jan Persoon
Florist: La fleuri
Wedding dress: Laura Van Rooij Bridal Couture
Engagement ring: Minouche En Rune
Makeup + Hair: Fleur pieterse
Groom attire: Rietbergh
Handmade dishes: Studio Lenneke Wispelwey
Photobooth: Taped Photobooth
Stationery: Ik Blijf Je Trouw