Today, I officially open my blog and showcase all my previous (and future too!) work to you. Beginning with this gorgeous styled shoot that was featured on Wedding Chicks and Elegant Wedding Magazine.

Marsala was named Pantone’s colour of the year in 2015. This earthy red wine colour inspired me greatly. It is just so elegant, so vibrant and powerful. You can never go wrong with red should you choose it as the main colour scheme for your big day. Don’t you think so?

The shoot was setup as a garden wedding inspiration. I LOVE outdoor wedding. Anything with a natural setting gets me 100% each time. We went a bit out of “tradition” with a flowing, destructive bouquet made of red roses, pepper berry, and uneven green leaves. It was GORGEOUS! Vintage furniture, such as the vintage pink table, rustic lace, gold candle holders, were to add in a touch of romance for the theme. And, a NAKED CAKE was a must – I wanted something different.

As one of my earliest work, this one makes me feel proudest. The whole production came to live and was a big success thanks to the hard work and effort of many talented professionals, whom you will find information below. I hope you enjoy it and gets inspired!

 

Credits:

Photographer & Art Direction: Lucy Tran Photography

Wedding Planner & Co-Producer: Leigh Events

Styling & Furniture: Cate & Co Designs

Florist: Stephanie Hachkowski Floral Studio

Hair & Makeup: Blushing Beauty

Stationery: So Pretty In Print

Dress: WindFall Bride

Model: Kelsey Mills