Ethereal fall editorial with seasonal blooms
We love the turn of the seasons and the warm muted shades of fall are the inspiration for this stunning shoot from southern Californian floral designer and Fine Art Curation member, Siren Floral Co. Together with fine art photographer Dani Toscano, the team created a dreamy editorial with an auburn palette and two distinctly different bridal looks. Which one is your favourite?
The striking arrangements featured a feminine medley of Koko Loko garden roses, Brownie tulips, Honey Dijon roses and coral dahlias. A special foliage, called Chinese pistachio, created edgy texture and movement. And finally, chocolate cosmos added a dark and moody touch to the arrangements.
For the tablescape, the seasonal palette was anchored with periwinkle plates, grey plaid napkins, gold silverware, and amber glasses. A coral-colored Tono & Co runner, beeswax candles, and bowls of persimmons added dimension and light to the rest of the table.
The bride featured two unique looks, both playing off of a muted color palette. In the first look, she donned an airy vintage gown by Gossamer and a braided updo. For the second, she paired a sleek Sarah Seven gown with Hollywood-inspired waves, veil, and a bolder lip. We're loving this unique take on autumnal style and know you will too.
Photographer: Dani Toscano | Film Lab: Photovision | Floral Designer: Siren Floral Co | Floral mentee: Gypsee Florals | Gowns: Sarah Seven / Gossamer | Rentals: Catalog Atelier | Hair & Make-up Artist: Sophie Anne Artistry | Textiles & Ribbon: Tono & Co