Wedding Flowers Inspired by Old Dutch Paintings

 

A Flower Photo-shoot with a Difference – Wedding Flowers inspired by the Paintings of Old Dutch Masters


Earlier this year we were asked to design a range of wedding florals for a photoshoot. The brief was to use the paintings of old Dutch masters for inspiration.

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We’re certainly not art experts but to us Confetti Magazine’s brief meant using paintings like Vermeer’s “Girl with the Pearl Earing or Rembrandt’s “The Night Watch” as our influence.

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The setting was a beautifully restored Georgian town-house in Dublin city centre – 10 Ormond Quay which makes for a spectacular venue for smaller weddings, events and of course photoshoots.
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To get the look we were after we decided to use Ivy, Asparagus Fern, Parrot Tulips, Hydrangea, Ranunculus, Trailing Amaranthus, Viburnum Snowball, David Austen Roses and Euphorbia.
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This particular selection of flowers helped us achieve the rich, opulent yet informal style we were after.
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Of course none of these images would be possible without the hard work of a small dedicated team including a very talented stylist, beautiful model and wonderful photography.

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Bride with wild and natural style flower Bouquet L
Florals:  Blooming Amazing Flower Company (of course).
Venue: 10 Ormond Quay Dublin
Photography: Aspect Photography
Wedding Gowns: Louise Kennedy, Patrick Casey, Sweet Vale Bridal, Golden Stitch by Ginan Abbas
Hair Styling & Makeup: Bella Beauty
Stylist: House of Hannah