Michaela Römer is a Germany-based goldsmith, who designs handmade fine jewelry. Michaela contacted me to realize her new campaign in Paris. Together with a great team of talents, we realized that campaign in sunny but freezing Paris in December. This shoot’s topic “More Golden Things” is also the name of the new campaign. It shows how emotional, individual, aesthetical and precious handcrafted fine jewellery for a wedding can be. Together with the stunning dresses of Rime Arodaky and the Paris surroundings, the jewelry is forming a unique bound and gives the reader countless ideas of how the perfect bridal jewelry can look.
See more of this campaign on Wedding Sparrow here.
Surrounded by dreamscape gardens on a picturesque French estate, Sam&Joe exchanged vows beneath an arch made of sanguine florals, a backdrop of provencal olive groves beautifully translating the effortless romance of their ceremony to guests. The bride, defined in a delicate French lace blouse paired with a structurally timeless skirt by Rime Arodaky, befitting the elegance of her surrounds. In-between a dispersion of olive tree’s lay the reception, evoking a relaxed mood with accents of monochromatic slates paired with glowing candles woven throughout a cascading tablescape, intricately detailed with opulent florals, creating a sensory ambience.
Brooke and Cameron live in Hermosa Beach, California, and they just had their baby Charlotte a few months ago. When Brooke told me she wanted to do a family session – which would be Charlotte’s first one – I was really excited. I met them in Cameron’s parents’ beautiful house in Palos Verdes, and we spent a couple of hours together. I can’t say enough great things about this couple, and the wonderful family that they have become. And of course, the amazing California light was part of the excitement!
I am excited to announce that I will be speaking and photographing at Joy Proctor‘s workshop in Paris next April 27th. This one-day event addresses wedding stylists, planners, and designers from around the globe, and will be hosted in one of Paris’ finest ! Bows&Arrows Flowers will be creating gorgeous florals for the workshop, and the day will end with a fancy masquerade dinner! If you’re a wedding designer, planner, or stylist, be sure not to miss this great opportunity, and register online here!
Hana&Mahi are a couple from Dubai, who got married at wonderful Château de la Napoule, in Cannes. This was undoubtedly one of my most beautiful weddings of last year, perfectly designed and planned as usual by Lavender&Rose, declining a green color palette. Floral design by Miss Rose by Perrine was at the center of this beautiful day, with an amazing structure for the main table. Food was absolutely exquisite, by Potel&Chabot.
When my friend Katie Julia asked me to rebuild her visual identity, I was immediately seduced by her project. Katie is a sweet wedding photographer from the UK and we’ve been knowing each other for almost 3 years now. She approached me as she wanted a natural portrait session in Paris. More specifically she rent an apartment in Montmartre, and we spent the day shooting inside and outside, with amazing outfits by Rime Arodaky.
Ideally located in the heart of Provence, Le Domaine de la Baume is a stunning venue standing in a natural heaven. That’s where Sam&Joe – a sweet couple from London – decided to stay the week before their wedding. I will share their majestic wedding later in the week, but I first wanted to share their beautiful pre-wedding photo shoot. A perfect morning spent together, to get to know each other before the d-day, and a lot of fun !
Nicole and Jordan are a sweet couple from North-Carolina, who have been married for a couple of years. We immediately had a connection as I used to study in North-Carolina for my MBA 10 years ago, and I love that part of the US. During their trip to France, Jordan wanted to surprise Nicole with an anniversary session in the middle of Provence lavender fields. This was on Nicole’s bucket list, and Jordan contacted me some weeks before the shoot to set up a typical French picnic. I asked help to my dear friend Laetitia C. for the floral design, and we set up this nice surprise together.