Monday, February 28, 2011

Momental Designs + Celebrations = A Successful Collaboration



This week started with exciting news!

We've found out from Kristy Rice of Momental Designs that the shoot we've collaborated with Momental Designs and  Donna Von Bruenig of DVB Photography back in June 2010 has made it to this year's Summer issue of Destination I Do Magazine. This collaboration is one of the many fruits of being a part of luxury wedding summit such as Engage!10.

The whole concept of the shoot was centered on this  romantic beauty of a Momental Big Bloom Watercolor illustration and the saturated colors of citrus & cranberry.



Here's the model, Josephine Hislop, a real Celebrations wedding bride ( check out her real wedding here! ) wearing a Gown and  Hairpiece by Alisa Benay and while holding the Momental invitation that inspired the whole look and feel of the shoot.
 
The entire wedding stationery from the ├╝ber talented Kristy Rice.


A photo of Josephine holding the beautiful bridal bouquet of Citrus and Cranberry-hued flowers. The dramatic color palette set against the serene beach at the world famous Seven Mile Beach by the Caribbean Club is simply breathtaking!



Josephine showing off one of the unique touches of this whole theme, a hand-painted Oriental fan featuring the same abstract flower.


Take a look at some of the photos of the reception area, featuring this one of a kind centerpiece-- a fully packed garland consisting of rich coloured flowers such as dahlias, peonies roses, hydrangeas, gloriosas and so much more exotic flowers!


The rustic box seats proved ideal for the beach setting! Rustic and chic.



More shots of the unique centerpiece and place settings

For added drama, we've also created a tropical floral piece made of hanging heliconias shooting out of a vase filled with blood oranges!




The sorbet station looked absolutely amazing with the touches of blood oranges,  hanging sea shells and tropical flowers!



Some other  gorgeous details , such as the favor bag of natural jute with a hand-painted oriental fan and sparklers!


Here's a sneak peek of the summer issue! Make sure you grab a copy!



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