Oh, be still our yellow loving souls, because today’s editorial is filled to the brim with stunning yellow sunshine – and I’m not even talking about the weather!
Beautiful, and aptly yellow, historic homestead Horsley Homestead acts as the backdrop today, for the vision of stylist Lil Elements. Marie noting”This shoot was inspired by the beautiful venue, having a stunning yellow building reminded me of somewhere in the Country, in Tuscany or even in Europe. But this definitely created the idea of Summer, being whimsical, wild and free within the warm breeze.”
Marie enlisted the help of photographer Clarzzique Photography (utter fine art beauty am I right?) and floral designer Valley of Flowers to bring her vision to life. Arrangements that looked freshly picked from the garden, added to our tablescape – white linen and ghost chairs (from NPM Events acting as a blank canvas for the beautiful combination of yellow and green. Handcrafted, watercolour stationery pieces, with calligraphy, designed by Small Brown Writes bringing that fine art feel to life. Alongside, of course, velvet ring boxes and silk ribbons from the queen of such, Artiste Saku.
Model Fernanda Janke was dressed in two beautiful Sant Elia gowns, “because we kept the ceremony and styling a bit simpler, the bride can dress up in more delicate and detailed embroidery gowns with an extra wow factor on the veil.” Marie noting, her look completed with a loosely swept up-do with curls, and romantic makeup by Jaque DiCondio.
If you are dreaming of yellow details at your wedding, let this editorial be your muse, after all, as Marie says “When you have an amazing venue, sometimes it’s best to keep things simple so you don’t take the beauty away from the architecture.”