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.
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.
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.