{Styled Shoot} Anna Karenina - Spring Nights

We are so loving this stunning submission, sent to us by Hunter Ryan Photo! We are featuring this Anna Karenina inspired styled shoot in two segments.  Both parts are equally beautiful and stunning, and deserve their own feature. The first part, called Wintry Days, seen here in case you missed it, portrays the dark and moody side of the Russian tale.  It's full of steely glances, dark tones, with yearning for warmth, yet the passion between the two lovers is evident and powerful. 

This part, Spring Nights, is light hearted and warm, very much in contrast to the first part.  The connection between the two is a sweet love, and shows a tender side to the tale.  

Please enjoy the softer side of Anna Karenina's tale, captured so elegantly by Hunter Ryan Photo:


Such lovely imagery! I am swooning over the lovely bride's gown-it is just splendid.  The color palette of ivory, sage green, soft yellow, and gold accents is perfect for a spring time affair.  I love the beautiful pink bouquet too, it adds a feminine touch to the setting.  And I cannot get over these tents! The concept of having different tents set up as different rooms is brilliant. 

Our many thanks again to Hunter Ryan Photo for submitting to us this glorious piece of work! Our thanks to all involved in the collaboration of this shoot.  The individual aspects came together so magically and beautifully.  

Vendors:
Photographer:  Hunter Ryan Photo//Event Venue: White Orchid At Oasis//Model: Robert Lauber//Floral Designer: Botanicals on the Gulf//Invitation Designer: DM Paper Designs//Event Planner: Along Came Stephanie//Heirlooms and extras: Alter Elements//Linens and Coverings: BBJ Linens//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Black Tie Tuxedo//Cake Designer: Kakes by Karen//Model:Lorena Placencia//Hair Stylist: Salon Tease//Makeup Artist: Salon Tease//Equipment Rentals: Sperry Tents//
Submitted via Two Bright Lights

2 comments:

  1. The beadwork on the dress is gorgeous! And all the opulent, ornate decorative details add to the shoot's ambiance.

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    1. I couldn't agree more. Very opulent indeed, and yes, the beadwork is stunning!

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