Wedding Inspiration from the Exotic Romanticism in the Desert
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A dramatic elopement of two lovers in the deserted area was captured perfectly in earthy tones with a touch of sparkling bronze and gold. For this styled shoots, Jon & Amanda from Blanc Studios as the stylist, together with Antelope Studio behind the camera, was imagining a romantic 1930s escaping expedition into North Africa with breezy and windswept desert-inspired colors. Linen suits, leather travel suitcases and wicker armchair, which were in frame with vintage rugs and carpets, antique-styled lanterns and Moroccan patterns, were a perfect representation of a vintage glamor traveling in a luxurious caravansery. Yellowed academic books on an old textured grazing table with fabrics billowing the wind all over the place concluded that the passion is not pretentious, but rather laid back.
The glamor continued as the couple channeling an avant-garde twosome. Lace and pearls for the bride, and plaid as well as khaki suit with a classy bowtie for the groom blended perfectly with all of those sun-kissed atmospheres. The flowers were kept in a muted palette of dusty gold and layered with breezy pampas, then set off with pops of colorful anthuriums.
Mesmerized by the mood board? Don't forget to add those images to your inspiration board. Who knows one day you will be inspired to have an earthy desert themed matrimony!