photography Olya Kobruseva | & styling | Natalia Ortiz
About the shoot:
This shoot took place in the Casa de la Seda, a historical house in Barcelona and an exclusive venue for beautiful weddings and events.
With more than 300 years history, both the exterior and the interior of the house boast elegance and solemnity up to the historic splendor and social representation guilt members reached during the eighteenth century, it’s most brilliant period.
The elegant rooms at The Silk House are a perfect place to celebrate any happy event, moreover, the team are always available to advise you about anything you may need to make your event a success.
The noble floor of The House of Silk has many pieces of fine woodwork, silk-lined walls and other decorative elements topping the style, luxury and distinction that characterize them.
In the eighteenth century Barcelona, veil weavers were sometimes mingled with the managing board of the guilds due to their relevance in several aspects of the society. Their influence reached the religious life, as they own the Easter Passage from the Holy Thorn Mystery, chairing the guild hall which is certainly the most spectacular room of the house.
The bride’s white elegant dress is composed of diamonds and pearls at the end of the sleeves and on the collar. The buttons on the back makes the dress charming from every angle of the bride, and, thanks to its mermaid style and its small train, the bride’s silhouette is voluptuous and slender.
The gigantic bouquet is made out of a mix of fresh greeneries, roses, peonies and more. In shades of light pink, light orange, yellow, lavender and red, it highlights the bride’s allure and stand out. Attached by a silk ribbon, it adds class to the look. Finally the bride’s hair is tied in a bohemian style braided tail, counterbalancing the elegancy of the dress by making the total more natural and more fresh.
Full list of the incredible suppliers at the end of the post.
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