History-charged flair, architectonic master pieces and first harbingers of fall take us to a romantic Budapest elopement.
Tall arched windows invite the day´s first rays of sunlight to the getting ready of a bride, aged parquet flooring sings with every of her steps.
Her delicate pink dress covers her softly with valuable lace and opulent tulle, follows her feathery along paths and stone stairs.
Together the young couple travels into the past, on their meaningful path towards their new life in near future…
A magnificent style mixture of architecture characterizes the Hungarian capital city and fascinates thousands of visitors every year.
Photographer Katie Grant is one of them and can´t escape from the overwhelming charm of this pulsating metropolis and skillfully showcased some of its most beautiful places.
The famous fisher´s bastion with a view over the passing Danube became the backdrop for a lovely elopement. With an exceptional bridal dress of Musat Bridal, autumn-like flower arrangements and gorgeous details the talented artist created an authentic scenery.
Delicate slippers for the getting ready, elegant pumps for the vows and adorable ballerina shoes – this wonderful collection by Bella Belle Shoes offers the perfect shoe for every bride´s special day.
Sheer lace and valuable fabrics on the bride´s body promise what extravagant designs continue on their feet. Flimsy they reveal many a skin yet holding tightly on to her.
At the breathtaking Chateau Cocomar we experience the symbiosis of exclusive dresses finding perfection within matching shoes. Beguiling or elegant, plain or playful – as if they were made for each other…
Joy Proctor Design created a fascinating atmosphere for perfection to unfold. Magnificent flower arrangements by Bows and Arrows as well as sheer veils and filigree accessories rounded out the overall picture harmonically.
Photographer Kurt Boomer captured this sea of beauty with every detail on pictures and presented the little pieces of art designed by Veronica Kwan of Bella Belle Shoes in the proper light.
A languorous morning at the romantic castle Laudon on the outskirts of Vienna. White frost covered pale meadows over night, shrouding the morning in freezing cold and hiding the estate behind a bright veil of mist.
Nowhere else feels melancholy as merciless as here. On this special day, when this bridal couple decided to tie the knot. This is where ice blue and white meet and where light green succulents kiss the night awake. Suddenly restrained silver flashes here and there giving the adorable wedding concept its magical elegance.
A romantic fairy tale captured as adorable picture story by photographer Barbara Wenz and Hermann Henzl. To dream beautiful – from true love to blue romance.
Delicate color shades of chilly ice blue also dress the bride: in her voluminous tulle skirt of transparent porcelain blue and the white silk top, both by Noni, she appears as elfish ballerina. Her bridal look is natural and fairytale-like feminine. Always on her side: her groom who braves the cool temperatures with his ice blue wedding suit.
While it’s cold outside the lordly room is filled with royal blue. The festally little wedding table: deep blue cloths meet white elements. Solely the light green flower garland of opulent foliage by Blumenzimmer adorns the table giving this icy scenery natural warmth. Restrained and cool yet heartwarming elegance…
This is what heaven must feel like – we’re in seventh heaven when we look at the dreamy world of pictures shot by Carmen Santorelli.
The scraggy coastal landscape of San Diego with the steep cliffs and its breathtaking view was the perfect scenery for this amazing photo-shoot.
To highlighten the beauty of nature they worked with very puristic designer items. The event designer Christy of To La Lune created a harmonic concept with tender shades of nude- and rosé colors. Kaisa from Plenty of Petals impressed with an adorable bridal bouquet which she arranged so artfully with clematis, roses and buttercups.
The white cakes looked so beautiful and totally rounded off the overall picture.
An absolute highlight was that the fantastic team convinced prima ballerina Allyssa Bross of La Ballett to participate in this project. Wearing a tender bridal dress from Claire la Faye and classy accessories she seemed to be gracefully floating across this rough cliff-landscape.
We’re deeply impressed by the talent of picture artist Carmen Santorelli, who takes us into an inspiring wedding-world with her romantic pictures.
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