Under the direction and planning of Nicole Froelich from Nicole Please Weddings, the stylistic genius of MyAwina, power photography duo, Kuenzli Photography, Go Mango Videography and A Cake Story, the dream team reunites yet again to bring another unique and inspiring style shoot.
The source of inspiration for this intimate wedding is a sculptors studio nestled in a quintessential fishing village along the Portuguese coastline.
With a color palette of soft shades of sand, grey and sage, Martina and Rebea from MyAwina created a stunning flower chandelier with dried lotus leaves, lisianthus, white bougainvillea and amaranthus. To accentuate the Portuguese maritime vibe, they added large basket lamps and fishing nets to the floral installations.
For the table setting, they continued the maritime effect with matching coasters and plate settings from Tauta Home.
With this maritime backdrop, we find ourselves in a stone carvers studio surrounded by his works of art. The sensitive sculptor wears an off white custom made suit by Eline Switzerland and his vivacious bride wears a white pantsuit from Two Souls Bridal.
Cake designer Olivia from A Cake Story drew inspiration from the sculptors’ stone works of art and created a deconstructed stone wedding cake. For the cake cutting ceremony, the couple broke the status quo by using a hammer and chisel to smash through a stone-like cake.
Unconventional, bold and artistic couples looking for norm breaking ideas to celebrate their nuptials will not only find inspiration from this Portuguese inspired style shoot, but also see how using themes from their love story can render an incredibly personal and memorable celebration.