This Swiss River Goddess bridal inspiration features misty details and watercolor stationery.

This very simple and natural bridal editorial is all about the details. From the vintage-style engagement rings to the wild florals, each picture contains a different piece of inspiration. Watercolor invitations are not new in these parts, but we love how the gold foil sparkles on the riverbed stone.

Oh, the gown! What is a bride who wants to be a river goddess? What would a river goddess bride need? We met the designers at Bridal Fashion Week a few months ago & couldn’t imagine a more free-spirited brand that would pair with this wild and natural inspiration captured in Switzerland.

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We drove to Valley Verzasca, in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, to create this editorial. We were honored to be able to photograph a bridal inspiration photo shoot with fine art elements in a clear and wild river. A photoshoot to inspire you to dream.

The bride’s half-up hairstyle, silver-gold headpiece, and beautiful pastel-colored bouquet complemented the valley with its blue-green waters and grey rocks, preserving their original beauty.

The team consisted of many talented suppliers, including the videographer Matthias and us, the photographer Jasmin.

Florals & Dress

Tabea Maria Lisa created a beautiful bouquet in blush, cream, and silver-green tones. This bouquet was a perfect fit for the Valley Verzasca. It matched the headpiece La Chia with the ring Steinkult and the anklet.

Ellen Edel, Edelbrautmoden, generously provided us with a beautiful wedding dress by Rembo Style.


Festum Artis created a noble stationery set using gold and silver elements using watercolor. The stationery, the Steinkult ring in smokey blue, and the location of the shoot were all perfectly matched.

The Beauty

Mihaela, a talented hair and makeup artist from Miracle Beauty and Makeup, created a loose, playful hairstyle for our bride, Marina, and makeup that complemented the entire look.