Ballet-inspired bridal editorial with white spring flowers
On the second floor of a charming brownstone office space in Tacoma, WA, the white brick walls and airy open windows of GRLS Studio make it reminiscent of a dance studio, serving as the ideal set for this ballet inspired bridal shoot by Fine Art Curation member, Courtney Bowlden Photography.
From Courtney: "Using the idea of movement and the old-meets-new aesthetic that defines the world of classical dance, the vision was brought to life by the models, who are professional ballet dancers themselves. A soft, neutral color palette and delicate accents flow throughout, from the lush floral arrangements to the ethereal stationery, marrying vintage and modern elements together."
The overflowing hanging installation from Villanelle Floral Company romanticized the space and was the perfect addition to the whimsical table top design. Anemones, roses, poppies, ranunculus, sweet peas, and cascading grasses completed the dramatic yet understated look.
Photographer: Courtney Bowlden Photography | Film Lab: The Find Lab | Stylist / Planner: Cottrell and Co. Events | Floral Designer: Villanelle Floral Company | Dress Designer: The Dress Theory | Rentals: Pedersen's Event Rentals | Rings: Dynamic Designs | Venue: GRLS Studio | Cake Designer: Rue Cler Seattle | Hair & Make-up Artist: Zo and Co. Styling