The idea of a simple, understated floral arch made out of tumbleweeds haunted me for weeks and when December came, I knew this was going to be the feature element of our annual end-of-year editorial. The brides arrangement and bouquet was made from foraged and dried oak leaves, and the arch itself consisted of tumbleweeds to create a soft but very minimalistic look!
The gorgeous photos by Michelle DT Photography captured the muted tones and blush hues. The textured walls and sweet little circle window at The Styling Shed was the venue for this inspirational shoot – the chairs and the gorgeous linen and natural wood candle holders from Grand Room Design added to the romantic feel. Talk about tablescape goals!
We fell in love with the custom invites created by Fleur Design Studio, boasting minimalistic beauty and bold blush colours – serious stationary goals that she created! Janita Toerien never disappoints and her
dresses suited our model perfectly while the amazeballs Clarita Smit made sure Anien had the most beautiful natural make up & hair EVER!
This special shoot was featured on White Mag, have a look at it here!
Creative superstars involved:
Photographer: Michelle DT Photography
Hair & Make-up: Clarita Smit
Model: Anien Nel
Dresses: Janita Toerien
Stationary: Fleur Design Studio
Chairs, linen, candle sticks & vases : Grand Room Design
Linen: Tablecloth Hiring Company
Venue: The Styling Shed