Intergalactic Stardust Wedding Inspiration
I love you to the moon and back
Distant galaxies, infinite extent, a night sky full of stars and in the center of it all the shining moon. For our wedding inspiration imbued by celestial bodies and distant planets we are reaching for the stars. For they sparked the idea for this galaxy themed styled shooting. Amidst a moon-like quarry we developed a out of this world wedding scenery with weightless fabrics and fascination celestial charts.
At the center of the styling stands the dreamy bridal dress. The tulle is artistically embroidered with thousands of stars, moons and luminary. These elaborate embellishments are what makes the dress perfect for a celestial inspired wedding. Going along with the theme the bride is wearing silver sandals also featuring delicate starshaped applications and a shiny headband. The hair falls in soft waves and the eye make-up sparkles in different shades of blue just like the night sky.
Midnight blue and moonstone grey are the dominating tones of the color concept behind this galaxy wedding. The centerpiece helps to adds a few pops of color. The table styling features a variety of very special elements like midnight blue charger plates with a celestial chart imprint. Silver cutlery with dark handles goes alongside it and the knotted napkins also work like a charm to create a harmonious table design. Another feature which sports a dark shade of blue are the candles. The sparke with soft glitter that reminds us of stardust. Unique triangle shaped candle holders round off the look.
Different kinds of white blossoms with lots of green and soft redish grass are the dominant components of the wedding floristry. They can be found in the bridal bouquet as well as in the centerpiece and the floral arrangement hanging above the dinner table. Silk ribbons wrapped around the bridal bouquet bring back the blue tones as a simbol of the celestial wedding theme.
Fantastic celestial charts can also be spotted in the wedding stationary. They accentuate not only the lining inside the envelops but also invitations and menues. This way the guests already get an idea which lucky star will stand over this wedding.
Photography: Anja Schneemann Photography
Concept, styling, decoration+ floral design: Magnolias on Silk
Dress: Stardust by Anna Kara via Elbbraut
Hair + Make-up: Lidia Kuskin
Silk ribbons: Silk & Linen
Headpiece: Adieu Mademoiselle
Stationary: Bonjour Paper