What was the inspiration behind creating this scene?
"I like to create a bespoke atmosphere and mood for every couple. I worked as fashion designer for the last ten years and I compare this to creating a collection. I start with the venue (like with a white canvas) and then fill it with the couples' personality, style and trend directions, decorations, mood and pick matching vendors who understand my vision.
Floating fabrics elegantly emphasize dark plum and deep black: an arrangement of orchids as a recurring, earthly element next to black plates as symbol of fascinating mythology.
Following the plate´s constellation some hand-made stationery with artful calligraphy gets us in the right mood for this celestial inspiration. Like this delicate ring that seems like it was made of a thousand little stars.
Sparkling like this piece of jewelry are the two modern brides appearing with glittering moons in their hair and shiny accents on black velvet pumps. As plain and clean her dresses are also excitingly glamorous in their beauty. Delicate, yet impossible to overlook they radiate this magic glow almost like the rising moon next to them.
The minimalistic brides brought the metallic moon down to earth to sway in its big silver crescent and dream of their big day. The big day on which they will speak their vows like “You are my sun, my moon and all of my stars” and lay the world to their sweetheart´s feet.
This new style runs like a metallic thread through used textures, hand-made stationery and the angelic celestial cake to strive for perfection in the widths of the universe..."