Today I show you a swinging and modern wedding inspiration with clear and shining elements as well as beautiful ballerinas, which let pure elegance, seduction and ease flow into the shooting. Glittering details, but nevertheless modern and clear lines determine the setting in colour nuances of dark blue, silver, grey and white.
The seven sins – arrogance, anger, lust, greed, laziness, gluttony and envy – are behind the different productions and are fantastically embodied by our models and captured in the picture by photographer Antonia Moers.
The dancers also wear large statement earrings, opulent rings such as a lady of spades or a delicate diadem in front of the voluminous bun. Such a shooting connects creative minds and creates friendships. Service providers who love to sweeten the day of future bridal couples with all their seductive sins. Thanks for the great concept to the stylist Anne Müsebeck, who developed it together with photographer Antonia.
As an example we show you the sin “Pride” and other photos from the Styled Shoot “Bride’s Sins” as well as the jewellery – some of them are from my new collection, which will be available in a few weeks.
The bride wears a tiara, which I presented at the spring jewellery fairs. With its fine loops worked in silver it looks discreet and light despite its necessary size. It fits to most of my jewellery from the bridal collection in 925 silver and lets the bride shine like a queen. Since elegant buns are still a trendy hairstyle, it can be worn directly in front of it like in the photo.
With long open hair or also a half-long Bob without pony it is an interesting variant to decorate oneself with the diadem prominently as a forehead ring. There are no limits to your imagination and as always, I am looking forward to great wearing photos of real brides!
This brunette dream bride on the left shows the current layer look when wearing my chains, which is very individual and completes attractive decolletés. In the photo you can see the necklace Miss Turandot combined with the brand new Y-chain with the motive Mona Lisa and a particularly noble pearl in grey. The matching earrings Mona Lisa perfect the look – I can hardly imagine a more beautiful jewellery combination for this richly decorated wedding dress and the dark hair.
On the right in the photo I show you a great example of geometric lace jewellery: The earrings Anna and the bracelet Dubarry go away from floral patterns, stay pure and look modern and elegant. Since the patterns here correspond to the lace-studded top of the bride’s top, this is a great inspiration for women without a tendency for the more playful princess style.
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