Botanical and butterflies are showcased atop flowing wedding gowns and veils in this Asian themed editorial by some extreme talent! The lush floral and awesome headdress were inspired by the words and poetry of spring by famous English poets such as Shelley, Emerson and Longfellow.
We love the whimsical and ethereal feel to this entire editorial! The original use of floral as art creates an entirely new bridal style for the statement bride. We are left feeling that the beautiful floral crowns are floating on clouds of bridal veiling. Butterflies seem to hover in thin air and the gorgeous gowns are icing on the cake.
We also love the equally stunning ‘butterfly crown’. It’s a case of opposites as this minimalist and artistic head crown brings maximum attention to the beauty of the bride. This look is complemented by the candelabras and blush floral bouquet reminiscent of the 1920’s runaway bride.
“And the spring aross on the garden fair,
Like the spirit of love felt everywhere.
And each flower and herb on earth’s dark breast,
Rose from the dreams of it’s wintery rest” – Percy Bysshe Shelby
“Came the spring with all it’s birds and all it’s blossoms,
All it’s flowers and leaves and grasses” – Henry Wordsworth Longfellow
“The Earth Laughs In Flowers” – Ralph Waldo Emerson