One thing I’m really enjoying this year is that I’m able to travel to more workshops and educational events. Recently I was able to attend this monochromatic fine art wedding inspirational shoot at Greencrest Manor in Michigan. Attending this workshop was great for many reasons, but being able to share the outcome of the shoot with you has me excited the most. In addition to meeting new people at events like these, getting exposure to other creative ideas from talented professionals is beyond refreshing.
With Greencrest Manor having landscape mimicking a French Chateau, this particular editorial featured refined, yet romantic details. For instance, the color palette was kept very clean and minimal. It included a lot of ivory, black, white, and greenery. Incredibly appropriate for the garden-like appeal the venue carries. Furthermore, the ceremony setup, reception elements, and the cake with an abundance of florals tied up the grand design. Also, I can’t forget to mention that champagne fountain!
While I absolutely adored every part of this shoot, there was one aspect that completely had my eyes drawn. Above all, the wedding gown by Monique Lhuillier was seriously stunning. The model bride really did look effortlessly flawless, yet still so lavish.
Contributing some of my ideas to this monochromatic fine art wedding inspirational shoot as well as attend was amazing. I hope you enjoy the outcome and get to take away some inspiration!