We always love that place where images start to merge into the world of art, and today’s feature is no exception. The lines start to get blurry between the subject in this shoot, the beautiful floral patterns on the walls, the serenity of the location, and the elegant form. Is it art in itself? We’ll let you look and decide.
from the photographer, Maricle Kang: “The start of the wedding day is usually nerve-wracking and busy. Some brides would rush getting ready part and move on to the next event. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. This shoot was created to inspire the bride that getting ready is the perfect time for her to have some quiet moments alone. I wanted to created a story and capture the moments when she relaxes on the bed, thinking how the day is going to unfold. She takes the last look at her dress before putting it on. I wanted to portray the softness, sweetness, femininity and vulnerability of a bride.
As for aesthetic, we wanted to create a balance between Parisian motifs and modern details. Our bride is sophisticated and elegant. She was wearing a gorgeous dress by OM Couture which was inspired by ballerinas. A vintage-styled bouquet by Heirloom Florals added colours and played perfectly well with the dress and the hues of this Arundel Mansion Hotel in Vancouver build in 1920s. Laura from Heirloom Florals said: “This bouquet was inspired by the historic nature of the location. I immediately thought of quicksand roses and Dutch carnations. Both dusty tones reflect the elegance of vintage details that shone through the shots. I accentuated the dusty tones with a deep plum ranunculus and a splash of magenta astilbe. I framed all the tones together with a finish of Italian ruscus.”