White on White Ethereal Editorial Shoot
Showcasing how less can be so much more, this exquisite editorial has us throwing all color palettes out the window in favor of an all-white soiree full of nuance and texture. Just hold the red wine. This dreamy photoshoot was created by a dream team of French creatives, headed up by photographer Geraldine LeBlanc and floral designer Capucine Atelier Floral. The styling is the epitome of that effortlessly chic vibe the French do so well.
If you've ever considered an all white wedding to be boring, this collaborative photoshoot shows that it can be anything but. With varying shades of white alongside touches of beige and gold, the palette feels unique, layered and really quite magical.
The stunning floral designs bring heaps of texture, with classic roses and ranunculus and a variety of bleached foliage, creating a light and airy feel. The suspended installation would look breathtaking at the end of an aisle or above your top table. We love the two different gowns, showing both a sleek and more relaxed way to wear white without adornment or fuss. The accessories also feel special and stylish yet beautifully understated.
If you're feeling overwhelmed by wedding inspiration, with too many Pinterest boards to count, consider paring it right back and keeping color to a minimum. After all, Leonardo Da Vinci's words always ring true and simplicity really is the ultimate sophistication.
Photographer: Geraldine LebBlanc Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Floral Designer: Capucine Atelier Floral | Dress Designer: Julia Sophie Bridal | Rentals: Options | Accessories: Gibson Bespoke | Venue: Foto Studio Aga | Cake Designer: Hello Sugar | Hair & Make-up Artist: Julia Dittrich | Stationery: Myne Creation | Second gown: Lubov Efimova | Model Nadine Vonfluee from Scout Model