Weddings are essentially one of the biggest event you will put together in your lifetime. When it comes to finding inspirations, options are often endless and truly overwhelming. Trends come and go, some years it may be DIY mason jars, other years it may be dark and moody photos, flower walls, or 3d floral wedding gowns… The question is, which trend will last through time?
For a wedding to be truly unique and also timelessly beautiful, one perhaps has to find inspirations from classic art that has lasted through time.
Long been my favourite painting, I love the serene yet quiet beauty in Van Gogh’s painting, Almond Blossom. For this editorial/wedding inspiration, I dreamed of merging inspiration from his work with modern wedding design. Combining flowering tree branches, blue as the focus colour with neutrals and white as adornment details, this editorial is essentially inspired by this classic painting. The bouquet and centrepiece are playfully lose, delicately filled with blossoming branches, resembling the painting much like how I would imagine it.
Handwritten menu and place cards from Coconibs Calligraphy, and the venue Cecil Green Park House dating all the way back to 1912 add a perfect touch of old world charm to this editorial.