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Styled Shoot

// This project was FEATURED on The Wedding Notebook Magazine Issue #18 //

      Also, see the full editorial post on The Wedding Notebook blog here

“After a trend of rustic weddings, we want to inspire brides out there to consider an all-green, modern look with gold accents. Taking inspiration on the concept of natural simplicity, anyone can follow this look without breaking the bank. We have prepared a styled look that is made up of many different elements of a possible wedding, from the invitation design, bridal look, floral detail and decorations. Check out the photos and you will fall in love with this look created by the creative talents. 

This photoshoot was done in Noah’s Barn Restaurant in Bandung. The reason we chose this place was for its possibility in creating small and intimate events in the venue and the good food. This mini project started over a casual discussion with Andre and Agnes from FIRE, WOOD & EARTH, we did not really have a big expectation on how it should be, but we were all so happy to work together with the many vendors involved in this shoot and could not have asked for a better result. 

It was our utmost pleasure to have Verena Mia on board to do this photoshoot with us. The dress that is customed for this shoot is a cropped lace top style with two different skirts that brides can opt to change the look from ceremony to reception. The skirt is made flowy, and it is definitely the look many brides would want for an outdoor or country wedding. 

Besides the bridal look, we also had a flower girl look. The dress is specially customed by Shierly Joediarta for this styled shoot, a white simple dress that is designed to be airy and comfortable for any flower girl. If I could share this secret, our mini model did not want to take off the dress after the shooting as she so loved wearing it. 

We also had the pleasure to collaborate with Debora Natalia for a natural look make up and hair. Also, if you would notice one of the hairdo and how she uses leaves instead of flowers as the hairpiece in the bride’s look. You may want to steal this look for a Roman or Grecian inspired style. Love love love. 

The handbouquet and flower crown is courtesy to Irene from Pretty Wildflowers, a posy made of eucalyptus, white scabiosa and lillium flowers. The look is deliberately like a bunch of flowers you just pick up from the garden. 

This styled shoot includes different decoration ideas that you can incorporate to your wedding anytime. First, we have the Wedding Ceremony setup. A combination of hanging leaves, gold accent and details. 

Then we also have the Bridal Table setup. Choosing to go with wooden table to emphasize on the natural elements, paired with crossback wooden chairs, decorated with leaves and small white flowers that do not scream for attention. 

Lastly, we created the look for a photobooth, or some may call a photo corner. We used gold frames surrounded by leaves to create a natural texture. 

To complete the look, we have included the stationery design that can go with this inspiration. We approached Putri from Prestige Details to take up this task and was very pleased with the result of this collaboration. The attention to font, the design of invitation, menu, placecards and sample favour was in line with the theme that we desired for this photoshoot.

We could not be happier with this collaboration and by sharing this, we hope many brides will be inspired by this! Pass it on.”

Written by: Irene Darmawan of Peppersuite Events (Decoration)

Special thanks to Marlene Gouw for helping us to be the model in this shoot.



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