Fine Art Bridal Inspirations With Old-World Charm


A game of shadows and light, movement and standstill, simplicity and decadence, past and future presents us Fine Art bridal inspirations with old-world charm. 

Carefully single rays of sunlight explore this fabled space, lightening up its dark corners and revealing its precious secret. The bride seems to usually avoid the daylight, however now she walks gracefully and gleams golden.  Soon she recognizes her beautiful glance in the warm glow, decides to bathe in it forever. 

„This fine art fashion shoot features a lovely model of Italian descent wearing Claire Pettibone’s Alchemy gown – ivory embroidered with gold patterns echoed in a vintage veil.“ we learn from photographer Kellē Sauer.

Precious lace, historically appealing paper goods by Corsivo Calligraphy and antique jewelry are reminiscent of an Italy of the Old World, home to classic and timeless elegance. Hard to believe that these pictures were taken more than 8.000km away on the other side of the world. 

„Our location, the beautiful old home Salubria in Virginia, lent us a perfectly textured setting that took us from Virginia to Italy and back again, offering us light for some high fashion movement and dark for some timeless elegance.“ the successful photographer explains.

Event stylist Lacy Geary dreamed the exact same dream of imperishable femininity and proofed her sure instinct by realizing it.

„With the simple approach to fashion editorials mixed with some modern fine art composition in an old world setting, our team put together a shoot that celebrates the texture and passion of every woman, creating a visual poem with fine-spun gold and elegant restraint.“

We are deeply impressed by the overall work of art that Kellē Sauer captured on her distinctive pictures.

Translation: Marina Jenewein




LOCATION: Salubria, Virginia
GOWN: “Alchemy” by Claire Pettibone
RING: Trumpet & Horn, “Celestine” design by Claire Pettibone
INVITATION SUITE: Corsivo Calligraphy
HAIR & MAKE-UP: Emily Artistry
MODEL: Rebekah Pizana, The Artist Agency



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