Fine Art Inspirations for the Cosmopolitan Bride


A cosmopolitan bride should be reflected in her modern wedding styling.

Event planner Erica Estrada followed this idea for so long and meticulously, until it became an incredibly beautiful and fascinating styled shoot.

„For this bridal editorial, I incorporated thoughtfully curated touches of fine art and architecture into the overall design. This creative approach allows guests to see a more intimate side of the couple’s life by sharing their experiences and telling their love story through their love for travel and intentional design.“  

Cosmopolitan and modern but with minimalist approaches and clear structures. Far away from overloaded table design and unnecessary eye-catchers, the stylist focused on targeted and punctual highlights, however, styled to perfection.

Speaking of styling, of course that also applies to the bride, who inspires us in two different outfits.„The bride first wore an Alexandra Grecco gown with a soft neckline with a bold cut in the back, giving her a delicate look without losing her edge. Paying homage to some beloved countries she has traveled to, the kimono style romper flaunted her effortless beauty, making her the center of attention surrounded by Moroccan-inspired, wicker weaved lanterns.“

Another big part of our attention, however, is reserved for the wild-looking flower arrangements of Sammy Go of Lambert Floral Studio, who put a floral crown on every single scene.

Lucky enough photographer Nathalie Cheng was allowed to witness the emergence of these extraordinary impressions and captured the result on impressive pictures for us. Enjoy!




FLORALS: Sammy Go – Lambert Floral Studio
STATIONERY: Written Word Calligraphy
GOWN: Alexandra Grecco
BRIDAL SALON: Lovely Bride
HAIR & MAKE-UP: Janas Simmons
RENTALS: Found Rentals
MODELING AGENCY: Scout Modeling Agency
MODEL: Heather


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