Despite a busy schedule, we always find time for inspiration projects throughout the year, especially when we have a chance to work with some of the best wedding professionals from around the world. A visit from Blush Wedding Photography that happened last November was no exception, and we couldn’t miss the opportunity of creating something gorgeous together.
Inspired by legends of beautiful deities with magical powers, this styled shoot was born to share the rich beauty of Thai nature. We couldn’t find a setting more perfect than Keemala Hotel in Phuket, a luxurious complex of villas set in an enchanting evergreen wonderland in the heart of the island. Offering an entirely unique experience, unwinding among the serenity of tropical setting, Keemala Phuket is a manifestation of the opulently creative way of life.
We combined deep natural greens with deep blacks and maroon accents to create a mystic and sexy color scheme. To highlight pureness, gentle character and free spirit of our bride-to-be, we dressed her in a flowy gown by Truvelle, complemented by asymmetric flower crown and elegant bouquet. Deliberately combining flowers, branches, and fruits of various regions, we managed to create a truly unique look, a real gift of nature.
We decided to use quite a bit of black for the styling, and it gave a real depth to the elements. The surface of the cake reminded of that of the moon, and the black candles added mystery to the evening set up. Don’t be afraid of using unique colors for the styling; it can bring some bold and exciting results!
Creating a unique wedding style requires a brave heart, as a lot of times it asks you to step out from conventional rules and classic wedding colors. Your wedding setup needs to tell your story to reflect your individuality as a couple.
We are glad to say that this styled shoot will soon be published in one of the most popular wedding blogs, Wedding Chicks. Stay tuned for the feature!
Planning and styling: The Wedding Bliss Thailand
Photography: Blush Wedding Photography
Venue: Keemala Phuket
MUAH: Neil Donkin