Luxury fine art photography has been one of my late discoveries in life (at the time of my own wedding) which I think I have a slight obsession with these days. I can easily find myself completely carried away browsing through some dreamy photographs capturing more than just a silhouette or an object but rather an entire emotional voyage. Among all the different versions of this art the fine art wedding photography has quickly turned into my favorite. Ever since I started making wedding headpieces I always wanted to participate in a fine art wedding editorial. And this happened recently during one of Jeremy Chou workshops in the divine area of Tuscany in Italy.
Jeremy Chou photography art is simply stunning and quite honestly words are not enough to describe his incredibly inspiring photography style. His exceptional work is widely known and not surprisingly he is regularly featured at all leading wedding blogs. Being part of his amazing team of vendors for his latest work in Tuscany in sunny Italy was just a dream come true for me. I was also blessed to meet some other incredible vendors who I share below. Special thanks to Tristan Needham whose styling and aesthetic are of no need for wording proof, just photos are enough. Below is a selection of Jeremy’s photos where the Evelyne headpiece and Bella hairpins were featured.
Team: Photography: Jeremy Choe || Venue Villa Medicea di Lilliano || Coordination Weddings in Tuscany || Design Trisan Needham || HMU Armilla Beauty Agency || Jewelry Susie Salesman || Hair accessories Berkiva Designs || Cake Sugarcups Cake Design || Florist Chiara Sperti Floral Event || Ribbon The Poetry of Silk || Gown Alexandra Grecco || Tux Alton Lane || Shoes Bella Belle || Rentals Guidi Lenci || Calligraphy Sarah Ingram || Models Martina Landi and Morgan Talbot Bulter
Thank you to Jeremy and the whole team for letting me be part of the team and your beautiful work. Until next time!