Romantic Fine Art Bridal Editorial

Every year, we look forward to working with Tiffany Von Photography! This romantic fine art bridal editorial marks our second annual collaboration!  Tiffany is an expert of wedding photography with an artistic eye for styling.  She is super talented as you can see…she was the designer, stylist, and photographer for this editorial!  Her style of work is chic yet romantic with a high-end aesthetic and light and bright imagery.  Held at The Tannery Loft in Norwood, Massachusetts, this beautiful and unique space used to serve as a leather manufacturing hub in the early 1900’s.  Today, this historic warehouse loft is available for private parties, events, and styled shoots (aka editorials).

The custom stationery we designed included an invitation suite, program, menu card, place card, and hand painted vow books. The mood is romantic with modern touches. We used a neutral color palette of off-white, beige, and blush with unexpected pops of sea foam green. And use of various paper types to meld the romantic with the modern. Handmade paper and vellum paper paired with organic calligraphy, transparent wax seals, and romantic watercolor. One of our personal favorite pieces are the pocket-sized, hand painted vow books detailed with Froufrou Chic crinkle silk ribbon.  Many of the pieces feature blind letterpress which is also a favorite print method. Notice the blind botanical “borders” on the invitation card and RSVP card.

The stunning floral bouquet by Bloom 52 incorporated beautiful texture with use of colorful roses in shades of pink, peach, and dusty rose. All of the different aspects of this bridal editorial portrayed the light, whimsical feel of a romantic fine art wedding. From the romantic wedding dress by Jack Sullivan Bridal to the sleek and chic “getting ready” dress by THEIA Couture. Makeup that accented the bride’s natural beauty, classic up-do with wispy tendrils, and a classic white Bella Belle Shoe heel. Every detailed designed and executed to perfection! So excited to see what we create next year!  In the meantime, take a look at what we created last year at Aldworth Manor!

Written by Lila Brasili

Styling, Design, Photo: Tiffany Von Photography

Hair: Jennifer Tawa

Makeup: Amanda McCarthy Beauty

Boutique: Flair Boston

Dresses: Jack Sullivan Bridal and THEIA Couture

Jewelry: Edera Jewelry

Stationery and Calligraphy: My Lady Dye

Cake: Mayflour Confections

Florals: Bloom 52

Venue: The Tannery Loft

Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes

Veil: One Blushing Bride

Rentals: Kadeema Rentals

Surfaces: Locust Collection

Model: Montana Sullivan

Lab: Goodman Film Lab

Silk Ribbon:  Froufrou Chic

 

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