There was a time when tiaras or veils were expected to be seen at most weddings. Today it has given way to the more popular trendy flower headpieces. Flower headpieces used to be associated with the sixty peace era but has now taken on a new meaning among modern brides. It reflects a natural beauty that is approachable and fun unlike the conventional tiaras.
We wanted to help our brides think outside of the box when it came to creative headpieces. The very talented Lia Golemba designed & handmade our beautiful paper headpieces and Lyn (from Flower Artistry) created the stunning unusual flower headpieces.
It was important to me that the makeup would complement the bride and her headpiece. I played with different shades of purple to bring Jessica’s green eyes out. I used an emerald green on Marcia’s blue eyes and earthly toned colors to complement Jessie’s soft features. Sarah Scott did an amazing job with our models’ hair to complete the entire look.
Our brides were photographed at Gravity Espresso & Wine Bar, a local and very popular coffee shop and wine bar in Inglewood, and a few images (with the galvanised steel) were done at f8 photography Inc. ‘s studio. f8 photography won the award for Best Photography Studio 2013 by the Wedding Industry Experts.
We had so much fun collaborating & bringing all these creative elements together for this shoot and could not have asked for a better team to make our dream ideas a reality.
Credit: Photography: f8 photography Inc.; Models: Jessica, Marcia and Jessie; Hair: Sarah Scott; Flowers: Lyn from Flower Artistry; Headpieces: Lia Golemba; Dress: Frocks; Venue: Gravity Espresso Wine Bar/ f8 photography Inc. Studio