It´s as bright as day as we witness this moonshine elopement. Artfully white roses twine around this far away planet imaginatively captured on black ground.

A pictorial piece of art that quite rightly joins the ranks of a breathtaking selection of highlights including the bride, the stationery and the floral designs, wonderful arranged by the team of Lace & Likes

For the bridal couple tying the knot far away from everyday life. For the bride who sinks into the arms of her love in a beautifully embroidered dress of  Rue de Seine. And for the smart groom who doesn´t leave her side…

For a long time, black was the symbol for mourning and a no-go for weddings. But for the last years its image turned into the paragon of elegance and grace.

In combination with flawless white it creates a fascinating contrast which has no equal, is reminiscent of yin and yang and stands for the inseparable bond between two elements. Perfect for the backdrop of an intimate elopement, isn’t it?

That´s what photographer Michael Radford and his team thought when they staged this amazing shoot. And now there are black details not only within the unique table scape but also among the opulent flower arrangements of  Siren Floral Co. and the exceptional stationery of Marissa Quinn Art.

Translation: Marina Jenewein




PHOTOGRAPHY: Michael Radford Photography
STYLING: Lace & Likes
FLORALS: Siren Floral Co.
CALLIGRAPHY: Marissa Quinn Art
BEADED GOWN: Rue de Seine
HAIR + MAKE-UP: 10:11 Makeup
TUXEDO: The Black Tux
RENTALS: Found Rentals


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