Textured, raw and unequivocally beautiful, this shoot styled by Haus of Hera, and recently featured in EverAfter Magazine, was curated to explore form, colour and composition to contrast and compliment a bride's natural beauty and her surroundings.
Capturing the beauty within the surroundings of a greenhouse against the cliffs, this romantic setting slows down time with each moment captured through the whimsical frames of Gold Coast based photographer, The Love Archives.
Utilising mimicked earthy tones and minimalist styling with a floral palette inspired by the silhouette of the cliffs, every detail curated to uphold the rich understated beauty which stands in position for a lifetime.
“We have a love for moody romance and immersing ourselves into individual design, pushing boundaries where needed whilst staying current, allowing us to capture timeless moments through an inimitable style whilst celebrating real people and their very real love stories.”
Haus of Hera’s mission is to capture your vision and create an aesthetic that breathes a sense of magic and idealised beauty.
Beyond the stunning location, notions of rawness, femininity and an appreciation of neutral tones and textures are echoed throughout the details of the shoot including florals, cake, stationary and make up.
Black and Bloom’s sculptural bouquets in earthy tones, consisting of muted roses, preserved blooms and Amaranthus ascending from the pillars showcasing the cliffs elements in its most purest form.
Marina Machado Cakes transformed a cake into a sculptural work of art displaying warm distressed tones indicated by variations in colour purposefully infusing the natural elements within the molten backdrop.
Sunday Nude’s talent for creating luxe stationary with a refined approach for the modern couple is a must for your wedding day.
Charlee Elizabeth Makeup highlights the Bride’s natural beauty using a refined, neutral palette with golden, warm tones.