Spanish Bohemian Bridal Vibes, With Rue de Seine Dresses + Colourful Statement Flowers

If you’re the kind of girl who loves to make a statement through your fashion and style choices and wishes to do the same on your wedding day, this one is for you.

From the incredible sleeves on the Rue de Seine gown to the head-turning floral headpieces, this Spanish inspired bridal editorial is full of gorgeous, luxe-bohemian vibes and we hope you love it as much as we do. Words below are by photographer Magda K…

Photography by Magda K Photography

“The inspiration for the shoot started from reading about Pantone’s colour of the year and exploring floral trends in weddings.  I wanted to create colour blocked floral designs as I had found this upcoming trend really fresh, and I think it’s good to evolve your work to stay relevant within this industry.”

“When searching for inspirational photos with pinks, oranges and yellow flowers I  was drawn to Spanish influences. I loved the idea of minimal greenery with very flower heavy floral designs, and I wanted this to feature strongly across the whole shoot with regards to stationery, cake and headpieces.”

“We knew we wanted to create images which were modern, emotive and moody with movement.”

“With the venue being so dark and atmospheric, I knew the colour blocked flowers would really stand out. Mix this with a beautiful Spanish tile print and an eclectic range of ceramics, glassware and earthenware pots, and the relaxed Spanish vibe really started to flow.”

“We knew we needed modern untraditional wedding dresses, and what better boho style dresses to use than Rue De Seine.”

“Their Sia and East dresses were chosen for the detailing, their beautiful shapes, especially the gorgeous flared sleeves on Sia, and the contrast in the colours with East being nude.”

“The hair style designs grew once the head crowns were designed. Again we wanted contrast between the 2 looks with bolder flowers and more natural flowing hair, and a muted pampas crown with a relaxed up hair style to team with the more detailed East dress. Make up followed suit with natural eyes and a bold lip on one model, and pink hues with more eye detail on the other.”

“The cake design focused heavily on the colour blocked florals all intricately made from sugar, and had a modern twist with the splash of bold textured colour on the cake itself . The wedding stationery design also included the flower design but mixed this with a gorgeous Spanish tile print.”

“The venue has so many contrasting textures within the barn with stone and wood with some elements really having a Spanish feel.  We styled the venue with a mixture of old and new items creating a mismatched and relaxed vibe which is so fitting to the nature of the building and the wild surroundings in the grounds around it.”

 

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Annabel

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Annabel is the founder of Love My Dress. She has a passion for photography, walking, yoga, nature, and loves to support talented artists and creative businesses. In 2013, she became a published author. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, their two daughters Eska and Leanora and menagerie of furry hounds. Annabel supports Philip in the running of the family flower farm at at Moonwind Flowers. She is also co-founder of What About Weddings.

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