This styled shoot was inspired by the way color has been used by artists, and its ability to enhance the dimension of any subject. Through the influence of abstract expressionism and painters such as Jackson Pollock and his painting titled “Full Fathom Five”, this shoot embodied themes of youth and spontaneity through splashes of bright color. Each of the models that participated enveloped a certain form of art, and from backgrounds to bouquets, this shoot serves as an inspiration for brides to embrace new directions when evaluating their color scheme.
Ali’s beauty was natural and effervescent in its simplicity. Her hair, untouched in its blushing red hue, curled gently around the curves of her face. She radiated a youthful glow in a White One creation, named “Jianna”. Its quarter length lace sleeves were reminiscent of the gowns popular in the 60’s, but fashioned with a modern skirt, it maintained a look focused on the rebellious nature of the past, and the ongoing possibilities of the future. Ali’s dazzling smile complimented the theme of life and beauty reflected in her bouquet. The process of Pollock’s impromptu and unrestricted painting style is what gave this palette depth, and harmonized with Ali’s lovely features. The organic nature of the flowers were inspired by the idea that if one were to go into a field, they would be able to pick a lush collection of wildflowers such as these. The bouquet was a dazzling combination of Spray Roses, Dahlia, Ranunculus and Hypericum, culminating in hues that reflected warmth and vivacity. With the use of oranges and blues in an artistic palette, vibrant colors embodied an aesthetic of energy and an essence of juvenescence unbound.
Dress: Blue Bridal Boutique
Hair/Makeup: Hair by Melissa
Flowers: Lehrer’s Flowers
Jewelry: Abby Sparks Jewelry