If mother nature was personify this how we wanted her to look like. Delicate, elegant and gracious.
Our Mother Nature look
Of course for this shoot we put a little bit of bridal vibe in her look. And the talented Albertine created this dress to add an elegant and simple look to our Mother Nature.
The Mother Nature headpiece
When you think about mother nature of course the main element is nature. But, we didn’t want to shoot outside and be too much “cliché”. So we choose to shoot this project in an Haussmannian apartment in Paris.
And, to add the nature part of this theme, the masterpieces of this shot were the headpiece and the floral train. This creation made by Estelle. She wanted to add the solar tones of the theme on the colors of the flowers. The train was a cascade of flowers.
Why shooting in an apartment ?
Because as I said above, we didn’t want to have something “cliché” of having a mother nature outside in a field or in forest. We wanted to make a break with this image and go somewhere else.
So, we went for an Haussmannian apartment in Paris to add a Parisian vibe to this shoot.
After all, we loved the simplicity of a white wall with moldings and herringbone parquet.
So for this shoot, the idea was to have a strong woman who owned the place and has a strong presence and showing that she will always be there no matter what.
Vendors for this romantic elopement in Paris
Planning by Anaïde for Le secret d’Indirihya | Design and art directing by Sandy Cluzaud| Crown and train by Estelle for Cote Campagne | Photo & Vidéo by Sandy Cluzaud | Dress and suit by Alberntine| Shoes by Bella belle shoes