Apricot, Taupe, and Sage Bridal Bouquet
Today's feature by Noel Perrone feels like a 19th century painting - depth, aged and antique tones, stunning architecture, and an aura of mystery. While we fully appreciate these images with this jaw dropping bouquet by Kerry Patel Designs for the artistry, we also love the way that today's brides can apply the design elements to their weddings. A color palette with deeper, more organic tones can elevate wedding design to a whole new level of elegance. We love this bride's vintage gown from Gossamer and the incredibly romantic Sibo Designs veil! For our couples who love an old world feel, be sure to save some of these stunning images for inspiration for your big day...
From Noel Perrone: "The inspiration for this shoot came from a place I had visited many times, but surprisingly never photographed. The late-19th-century architecture, warm rich tones, and surrounding areas of lush greenery found at the Bethesda Terrace Arcade all evoke a very old world feeling. From my previous visits, I knew this iconic New York City landmark in the heart of central park would provide the ideal backdrop for creating a bridal session capable of transcending time. I hope to provide those that have not visited the arcade, a small glimpse of what I see when passing through its arches."
Photographer: Noel Perrone | Film Lab: Miller Lab | Floral Designer: Kerry Patel Designs | Model: Melanie Rose Kazmercyk | Hair: Alena Bankovska | Makeup: Vanessa Deras | Gown: Gossamer | Veil: Sibo Designs | Paper Suite & Ribbons: Elins Art Studio | Ribbons for Florals: Silk and Willow & Honey Silks Co