We’re switching gears today, a farewell to the lush blooms of Spring if you will, as we head into the colder, greyer months with a stunning editorial from a Sydney team, entitled “Jardin De Rosas”.
With photographer Full Hearts Wedding Co. capturing every gorgeous detail, the raw setting of studio Beauty & Balance with its wooden floors and exposed walls was the canvas. Dressed with lush, rambling floral arrangements by floral designer Aimie of Willow & Bear, who shares “The great thing about this set up is that it is perfect for all seasons throughout the year, if you are getting married in the cooler months look to create this look inside a warehouse for a more dramatic and moody love affair. Marrying during the summer, this look can be softened and would complement a garden style wedding held on a country estate, farm or winery.”
Our bride, model Lauren Dritmanis under the watchful eye of stylist Hope x Page switched between romantic and dramatic hair and makeup looks styled by Kayla Trisley and The Makeup Society, her romantic gowns (also by Hope x Page). An off the shoulder ballgown, a long sleeve gown of intricate lace number and a sparkling gown beautiful for after dark. Her look topped off with sparkling pieces from Nicholas Haywood Jewellery.
In a world where minimalism is the latest buzz word, it’s a contrast to fill a vision with whimsical floral details, one that is feminine, romantic and most of all, effortlessly elegant.
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- Kayla Trisley
- Lauren Dritmanis