This styled shoot centres around a South Asian wedding with the intention of maintaining the colors and richness of tradition while uplifting the concept with a touch of modernity and luxury. This concept is for the discerning South Asian bride who wants to celebrate her culture while expressing her subtle and refined vision. She loves understated opulence and wants to convey that more through details and textures as opposed to the more ostentatious route.
Inspired by old world charm of regal luxury combined with plush velvet accents, “Velour Opulence” refines the rustic trend. From fresh greenery to gold accents, the rustic colour palette is uplifted by modern textures and luxurious details.
The colour palette is emerald green with white, gold and a touch of blush.
● The velvet table napkins styled as bows were custom made by hand specifically for this shoot. It added the perfect touch of ‘Velour Opulence’ to the reception tablescape.
● Fresh floral arrangements and a custom-made ceremony arch created an unapparelled set up for a South Asian wedding.
● Custom printed vinyl on the Reception tabletop was the perfect nature inspired accent to the luxe tablescape which elevated the traditional table setting.
Wedding gowns, co-creative director & producer: INXVIII Fashion Inc.
Event planner, co-creative director & producer: Lumos Events
Makeup artist, co-creative director & producer: Prerna & Co.
Décor: Geethams Event Décor
Videography: SDE Weddings (Watch the video here!)
Floral design: Jasmine Florist
Venue: Harding Waterfront Estate
Photography: Brown Rice Photography
Stationery: Red Bicycle Paper Co.
Hair: Bella Flair
Engagement rings: Liane Vaz Designs
Accessories/jewellery: Banglez Jewelry
Glassware, flatware & tableware: Roselle & Co.
Table & chair rentals: Gatsby Event Rentals
Table vinyl: Designer Dance Floors
Hair extensions, hair padding & eyelashes: Tesoro Hair
Cake: Cakes by Mickey
Model: B&M Models
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