Planning a gorgeous wedding day involves many tasks and details for the bride and groom. With so many to-do lists, guest lists, table plans, and preparations to choose along the way, couples can easily be overwhelmed. Fabulous wedding invitation company, Adorn Invitations, understands the importance of staying connected and falling more in love every day as a couple during wedding planning, so they executed this inspiring design concept to bring couples together in thinking about their romantic goals for their wedding day.
The couple is blissfully enjoying each other’s company; the message of their story is to make time for each other and to prioritize romance. The shoot is set on a hill above the beautiful view of the Yarra Valley. Tropical birds are chirping while the lush, green landscape and gorgeous foliage create a serene backdrop. Breakfast in bed, beautiful dresses, a guitar serenade, and jaw dropping scenery all make an ideal romantic setting for this lovely pair.
Wedding Invitations | BWedding Invitations
Photography & Design Concept | Sephory Photography
Venue | Mont du Soleil
Hair & Makeup | Suzy Sela Makeup
Menu & Place Cards | Adorn Invitations
Paper Product Design | Catsy Creative
Printing | Inktank Printing
Floral Design | Chloe Lashay Florist
Bridal Gowns | Berta
Cake Design | Mary Eats Cake
Jewelry | Love On Jewelry
The romantic theme of the design is expressed with a soft and dreamy color palette. An array of beautiful blush pinks, pure whites, and gentle pastel hues unify the shoot and add that classic bridal feel. Accents of rose-gold add a romantic, contemporary vibe.
“The styled shoot serves as a reminder to remember that love is not always about big grand gestures. The little details are just as important as the louder ones. We also remind brides that while planning a wedding in advance is paramount, they shouldn’t forget about basking and celebrating in the moment too. After all, it’s the most important day of your life, so make it a worthwhile memory you can look back fondly on with a smile.”