Intimate, Moody & Romantic Wedding Editorial

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This sublime editorial is the, hosted wedding coordinator Rebecca Marie, whose words follow. I could not adore these images many I love the models are a real-life couple – the chemistry, love, and romance within these images are palpable. I'm so grateful to the creative team behind these images for allowing us to talk about them.

"The concept behind this shoot originated from the need to search for beauty in unimaginable places – the inspiration originated from the industrial, decaying venue itself."

"I desired to use the harsh environment to show how you can acquire a high-end, modern, and delightful set up against any type of backdrop, in any type of setting."

"A contrast of textures was vital that you soften the area and the comparison of material and fluffy botanicals by brought new life towards the crumbling surroundings." Here

"The color pattern was kept muted to pair using the colors that already graced the walls from the former linseed mill."

"Incredible simple wedding dresses combined with modern accessories and effortless hair making up looks throughout further cemented the truth that a high-end setup can be combined with almost any setting."

"Claudia's final look would be a nod towards the intimate wedding we now have become extremely keen on, proof that the short dress combined with a long veil is extremely much still a bridal look and something that should hang in there!"

"We are both originally from Ghana and met after having both moved with family to Italy."

"They were built with a gentle and pure fascination with one another: one which shone through in each image!"

"Esme's photography was an ideal match, the darkness and richness within the shadows complemented the grit from the venue, whilst the warmth softness worked so well using the feminine romance."

"Esme's tones are a dream, warm and atmospheric creating beautifully intimate, moody and romantic portraits."

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