Yesterday we shared part 1 of our Paper Planes wedding inspiration shoot with images taken by Carolien & Ben. Today I share part 2 where Carolien & Ben played the models and Picture Me&U took the images. Using two sets of photographers not only brings a different feel to the shoot, but also shows the importance of choosing a photographer for your special day whose style resonates with you. Whilst both sets of images are beyond amazing, they each bring their own special touch to the images.
How to achieve the look?
- The paper planes as décor can be up or down styled depending on the look that you want to achieve. Using only white paper planes creates a more formal feel and adding bright and bold colours makes for a less formal occasion.
- White or even only one colour planes can be combined with real flowers again for a more formal look.
- Make use of scrapbooking pages instead of under plates as well as wooden eating utensils for a more informal event.
- For a more formal look real flower bouquets can be used, they could even just have a plane here and there, or a paper plane tag or ribbon can also do the trick.
Decide on which colours and shape of planes you want to use on the day. There are so many to choose from in either case. This is prefect for both the adventurous and whimsical couple!
I elaborated on each of the lovilees’ that took part in this special shoots’ contribution in yesterday’s post, but I want to thank each one again for making this lovilee shoot happen! Lovilees that took part included:
- Photography & Models: Carolien & Ben and Picture Me&U
- Hair: Follicle Hair Atelier
- Make-up: Cosmetiek
- Venue: 3rd Place, Storyspace
- Paper décor: Paper J
- Styling: Lovilee, Paper J, M.Studio
- Dresses: ELLI-NICOLE
- Jewellery: Gin&Tee
- Cake & Treats: Pippa and Polly Party and Event creations
- Custom hangers: Photoblox
- Stationary, Washi Tape & Wooden utensils: M.Studio
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