Showcasing the bright beauty that is the luxe, white interior of The Creative Chateau, this winter white wedding editorial will have you reaching for your best pearls! The talented Emily Figurelli Photography manages to expertly capture a creamy white and ivory wonderland elevated by the small details that played into it, like these yummy white cupcakes from Lane and Simple that look too cute to eat! Cali and Bloom created arrangements in an elegant blend of delicate dried florals and fresh garden florals. Preserved Ruscus and fern bring texture to the table, while snowberries are the perfect early spring staple. Complemented with fringed tulips and more, this white wedding tablescape feels like crisp morning frost. Mia Bridal Couture is the perfect place to shop upscale bridal attire, and we love this model’s chic one-shoulder ivory crepe “Dance” gown by Pronovias with precious feather-like appliqués and hand-beaded pearls flowing down its stunning illusion back. Her whole bridal look is straight off the red carpet, styled by Etoilly Artistry with a full brow, champagne eye and light rosy lip, plus an all-down hairstyle, classy Hollywood waves and then later, a sleek pony for a fun second look! Accessorize either style with a pearl-studded veil or mix it up with a tulle bow adorned with pearls as well. Setting each scene, Party Time Rentals provided candle holders, ghost chairs, linens and place settings to create a truly dreamy weddingscape. Read on for a note from the florist as well as hair and makeup artists who worked together to create this perfectly prim white wedding editorial. Cheers!
Photo // Emily Figurelli Photography
From the florist, Hannah of Cali and Bloom: “For this editorial shoot, I really wanted to show the elegant blend of delicate dried florals and fresh garden florals. Inspired by the awakening of spring and the beauty it brings to the eye. The snowberries are such a spring staple, complemented with fringed tulips – making this tablescape feel like a crisp morning walk observing the beauty of seasonality. The pearl white color palette was elevated with preserved Ruscus and fern. Adding this bit of texture and embracing negative space in the designs really let the flowers bloom in the moment.”
From the hair and makeup artists at Etoilly Artistry: “We decided to do a play on a pearl’s iridescent luster by creating a romantic palette of lilacs and soft blushes to enhance the model’s gorgeous features! For hair, creating with pearls definitely gives a classic bridal look a touch of modern glam, so we decided to go simple with an all-down, Hollywood wave and sleek pony for a fun second look!”