Neutral Blush, Taupe, and Ivory Wedding Palette Inspiration
When we were in Vegas for WPPI, we met up with a ton of fabulous fine art film photographers that we adore so much. One of those was Julian who ended up shooting a gorgeous editorial while in the desert - and who would know it was so dry and hot with this fresh and cool color palette? We loved this bridal session for many reasons, but what caught our eye first was the lush blooms. Layers of Lovely designed a romantic and full wildly composed bouquet that would be a gorgeous spring bouquet for any bride...
From Julian N. Photography: "I wanted to keep this editorial simple in aesthetic both in color palette and styling, with various neutral type tones of blush, cream and taupe with added hints of the dusty rose. The Location was what inspired and set the tone for the color pallet and simplicity for this shoot. The beautiful mountainscape set our scene, but the neutral tones of the sand ,subtle hints of color like the soft red in the mountains and hints of greenery pulled it all together.
Following the simple asthetic, we went natural yet refined in regards to the styling. The makeup is glowy with breathable skin, strong brows and a soft dusty rose eye which pulls in from our color palette. Soft loose curls but with added texture features a loose braid which complements the gown - the simple silhouette with intricate details from Claire Pettibone via her summer collection.
I collaborated with talented florist Catherine Thompson with Layers of Lovely for this editorial. The stunning ring by Victor Barbone features a massive 3 and a half carat diamond but has a face appearance of 5 woah! ,circa 1910 this stunning piece really adds a wow factor to the shoot."