Maybe, sometimes love isn’t always about being as one. Maybe sometimes it’s about allowing each other to be unique? Finding harmony in the contrast between your different personalities. This conundrum is something we’re incorporating into the styling of this shoot. The contrast between two persons can be visual, much as the contrast between high-end fashion and an medieval castle. Or as between tin and lace, plexiglass and solid rock. Contrasting materials and colours, displaying how two people can come from different worlds but still fit perfectly together.
Set in the historic castle of Brahehus, located in between the two biggest cities in Sweden, is where we choose to play out the story. This fortress, built 1637 by Count Magnus Brahe, is now house of the crows. From the castle’s fascinating history we spun a vision of legends and fairy dust put in modern day Sweden. A table set with tin plates that contrasts beautifully with the plexiglass in chairs and invitations, the concept starts to unfold. The bride is from a different town, a different class, and dresses in a jumpsuit and lace cape. The groom dresses up beautifully in the midnight blue tuxedo, and their different personalities are equally shown.
You can see more pictures from this styling here at Style me Pretty!
Photography: 2 Brides Photography | Styling: Elins Art Studio | Floral Design: The Wild Rose | Cake: Sockersöta smulor | Invitations: Elins Art Studio | Hair + Makeup: isa Larsson Bröllop & Event AB | Antique Rings: FÅFÄNGANS ANTIK | Bride’s Pantsuit: Efva Attling | Concept + Idea: Elins Art Studio | Concept + Idea: 2 Brides Photography | Concept + Idea: The Wild Rose | Film Processing: Carmencita Film Lab | Hair Accessories: The Wild Rose Accessories | Lace Cape + Veil: LILLY | Location: Brahehus Castle Ruin | Models: Angelica Niemi + Adam Lindquist | Rental Chairs: Kartell | Ring Box: Artilleriet