A Humble Greeting from the Dusk Sky at an All-white Matrimony

by Belle Biarezky Feb 26, 2019 | 09:00 in Real Weddings 


Even though it was an outdoor venue, the additional built-in construction did not lessen the surrounding's nature charm. Two days prior the event, a glass house was erected with the help of uncle of the groom who owns a tent service company in the country. This minimalist glass house was directly connected to the main ballroom.

With the help of the masterminds from Steve's Decor, this glass house was filled with visually-spoiled details. The ceiling was covered by fairy lights to express a dreamy feel, whereas the romantic atmosphere was shown from an arrangement of white flowers and fresh leaves. Tulip, as the dominant flower, was chosen for a good reason. It is believed to have meanings of pure and innocent.

Before spending an intimate dinner with close relatives, Grace and Cliff was looking forward to greet the purplish blue dusk above the coastlines. The Iluminen Photography team found zero problems collaborating with the couple. "They loved to have candids, just like our statement style. Plus, they were also very relax, so no wonder the photoshoot went smoothly," recalled the team's representative.

Nature was also on their side. According to the photographer, the wedding was held exactly during the perfect position of sun. The results are totally impressive, from morning until dusk, with a blessing from supportive natural lightings. The session was finalized with a humble sunset moment which dramatically framed the love celebration of the companion.

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