Today’s bridal editorial is inspired by one of the greatest romantics of all time – William Shakespeare. The theme is based off of one of his most famous plays, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” with all it’s pretty floral styling and laid back, rustic, outdoorsy vibe. This shoot planned by Qmara Vie Planners is refined, simple and classy!
From planner Qmara Vie Planners
Genuine & Effortless! Florals, when done right, are subtle yet powerful way to enhance the general atmosphere of your big day. They can serve as a complement to your overall design scheme, showcase your adventurous side, or even be a romantic way to add a personal touch
Stately calla lily centerpieces, adornments of white roses, or even seeing a simple gardenia bouquet held against your pristine white dress as you walk down the aisle would give your wedding that sense of class and refinement.
Maybe you’re more outgoing and adventurous. You might be the type of girl who wants a shock of red roses right next to the Tiki torches at your beach wedding or a flash of purple irises to add some drama. You might not even want all the trimmings. You might simply want to hold a bouquet of sunflowers to let your man know that whatever may happen, your marriage will be filled with love, joy and warmth. Flowers and floral arrangements are not only there for aesthetics, they also help you say everything without saying too much.
Planner: Qmara Vie Planners @qmaravieplanners
Creative direction: Queen Ohamara @theeventchic
Stylist: Bidemi Kevin Koya @thekevinkoya
Photo/video: TheFabWeddings @thefabweddings
Asst: Wahabi Oluwafemi @xtreme24photography
Decor: Narnia Events @narniaevents
Make up: Jae Mara Faces @jaemarafaces
Hair: Mimihair Artistry @mimihairartistry
Wedding dress: Safron Bridal & Boutique @safron_bridals
Suit by: House of PAE @houseofpae
Accessories: Flourish Bridals @flourishbridals.ng
Female model: Ella Sarraf @ellasarraf
Male model: Bidemi Kevin Koya @thekevinkoya
Content Writer: Leonard Okonta (@leoazad)
Venue: Rabby Park @rabbyparks