The Minimalist Bride
Reverting to ancestral traits, bringing out their long-lost treasures again and making a virtue out of the thrift of their time the minimalist bride masters the art of turning less into a lot.
Precious family silver adorns the dinner table; perfect stationery reminds of love letters of bygone days. A glamorous dinner gives way to a rustic snack, and antique brass holds flowers and candles firmly under control.
As if it unites the signs of the times and the splendor of the past, a bridal dress nestles around the curves of a young woman. Glittering, flowing and not pure white it honors the female ancestors in the photo book…
Photographer Diana Frohmüller needed only a handful of details to make her dream of minimalism and vintage come true.
The magnificent floral arrangements by Sylvia Hartmann were some of these selected components that rounded off every scene harmoniously.
Through the use of subtle colors, such as the beige wedding dress by Siödam Couture, should evoke emotions like sensuality, grace and beauty.
With her stylish shots however, Diana Frohmüller arouses so much more. We experience vintage in its original form and state that minimalism has many more faces than we thought.
PHOTO & CONCEPT: Diana Frohmüller Photography
FLOWERS & DECORATION: Sylvia Hartmann
DRESS: Siödam Couture
HAIR & MAKE-UP: FaceDresses
CALLIGRAPHY: Annette Bleichert
HEADPIECE: Kokoro Berlin
RUNNERS & RIBBONS: Silk & Purl
HANDMAKE DISHES: Keramik Werkstatt
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