I’m so excited to share today’s refined and foraged ocean cave ballet wedding inspiration shoot with you today – it’s such a stunner! Romance and drama combine in the most exquisite way in each and every one of these images from Captured by Keryn. Truly and Madly really outdid themselves this time playing with light and dark… prepare to be in awe after viewing all of this beauty!
From Truly and Madly – “Every single detail has been carefully considered, with elements of romantic ballet translated so perfectly from each incredibly talented creative. From the deliciously handwritten stationery by Calligrapher Michaela McBride, the spectacular two tier cake by Magnolia Kitchen – each detail brought out ballet theme to life. The beautiful rose bouquet by Beau Floral – with its long exposed stems, finished off with wide trailing silk ribbons from Feathers and Stone was inspired by the bouquets that the principal dancers are presented with at the end of a ballet.
Our table setting designed by Weddings by Paris was a beautiful blend of creams and whites with touches of rose gold cutlery and glasses for sophistication. Accompanied by driftwood, rocks and shells foraged from the beach and beautiful handmade ceramics, they helped create the refined and elegant nature-infused setting we envisioned. It was all photographed beautifully by Captured By Keryn!”
Photography: Captured by Keryn // Creative Direction & Production: Truly and Madly // Stylist: Weddings by Paris // Cinematographer: Melanie Faure and Sebastien Peloux // Florals: Beau Floral Atelier // Hair & Makeup: Estelle Makeup // Stationery & Calligraphy: Michaela McBride Calligraphy // Cakes & Sweets: Magnolia Kitchen // Dress: Alma J Bridal // Ballerina Model: Shoni Marshall-Edwards // Ceramics: Claybird Ceramics // Chairs & Tables: Weddings by Paris // Cutlery & Glasses: The Pretty Prop Shop // Silk Ribbons: Feathers and Stone // Location: New Zealand.