With the coming of days filled with warmth, beauty and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere came also the idea to shoot a romantic summer editorial. LIVING CORAL, the Pantone color became the leading motif of this year. It works fantastically with cheerful summer arrangements.
We chose Chatueau Mcely for the photoshoot, the most beautiful chateuau in Czech republic. It’s own one-of-a-kind atmosphere and concept make it a truly unique spot. The interiors are eloquently orchestrated, each and every little detail taken care of. The Chateau is set in a romantic garden on a small hill with an enthralling view into the countryside. There is, of course, perfect service in place, which will blow your expectations out of the water.
The editorial itself was quite epic this time, 16 people were present and the weather wasn’t exactly on our side that day, so the photoshoot ended up taking 2 days.
The bride’s and bridesmaid’s styling was taken care of by the fantastic Kamila Vilímková and Zuzana Zákostelská. We incorporated a smooth and elegant fine art style into the styling. The dress was made out of stunning material – silk, with an elaborate decoration; Oui Boutique lent us the dress. The impression you get from them is luxurious, yet they were also effortless and dreamy. I highly recommend this salon, it has many a beautiful dress to offer, all in a simplistic cut, yet ideperfectly ally put together from delicate materials. The bride wears the iconic red soles, the shoes from Christian Loubotain.
The original engagement and wedding rings were from the 27 jewerly shop, they’ll conjure up some brilliant rings, on your request.
The brilliant Suitsup did the groom’s styling; they lend complete sets, including shoes, shirts, and accessories. This salon is excellent not only for grooms but also for children/young ones; they can put together their outfit without having to buy one themselves.
Crockery from Zara home and cutlery from Frezia Fleur were used to style the table. The flowers and decorations were taken care of by the talented Hana Holdener from Ponk rentals; she pieced together some perfect arrangements in a fine art style, using living coral and soft peach colors. Chateau Mcely lent us the furniture. We used hand-sown napery and napkins from Zara Home. Our florist from Ponk rentals perfected the overall impression with some fantastic floral arrangements in brass pots.
The wedding stationery was designed by very talented Kristyna from Láskou psané. The announcement was made in a fine art style on a handmade paper, handwritten with a calligraphic font, decorated with a silk ribbon and a wax seal.
A fantastically detailed wedding bouquet was loosely tied up in a fine art style, and we complemented it with some soft silk ribbons. The bridesmaids had a similar bouquet, just smaller.
Another gem was the Wedding arch, which accentuated the brides and bridesmaids beauty. We got them some brilliant dresses from Stacees; they suited them magically. During the wedding preparations in the luxury wedding apartment, the ladies wore some stylish dressing gowns in the wedding colors. The gowns were from Plum Pretty Sugar, and they wore golden shoes from Asos.
The cherry on top of this whole concept was the trendy design cake with a floral design from Punk rock cake. I must also, of course, mention the great Katka Koncal; she took all of these lovely photos.
I hope my envisagement of what a summer wedding could look like intrigued you and could be an inspiration for your wedding.If you decide to collaborate with us, be ready for high quality services, a one-of-a-kind design and an unforgettable wedding