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Ballet inspired wedding inspiration | New Zealand

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An exploration of movement, drama, light and the romance of the Ballet – a style I will never tire of and the inspiration behind today’s stunning shoot. Every single detail has been carefully considered, with elements of romantic ballet translated so perfectly from each incredibly talented creative I had the pleasure of working with.

Beautiful styling by Weddings by Paris, decadent handwritten stationery by Calligrapher Michaela McBride, a spectacular two tier cake by Magnolia Kitchen and a beautiful rose bouquet by Beau Floral are just a few of the details you won’t want to miss. Our ballerina Shoni Marshall, made even more stunning by Mary Estelle wears an exquisite chiffon dress by Alma J Bridal, and the wondrous deep cave and jagged rock faces of Bethells Beach set the scene for a more dramatic and powerful balletic aesthetic.

Be prepared to get a little lost in each frame captured so beautifully by Captured by Keryn and enjoy the footage at the end of this post by Melanie Faure and Sebastien Peloux.

VENDORS:
Creative direction and production: Truly and Madly | Photographer: Captured by Keryn | Stylist: Weddings by Paris | Florals: Beau Floral Atelier | Hair and Make up: Estelle Makeup using Blać cosmetics| Stationery/Calligraphy: Michaela McBride Calligraphy | Cakes and sweets: Magnolia Kitchen| Dress: Alma J Bridal | Ballerina: Shoni Marshall-Edwards  | Ceramics: Claybird Ceramics | Chairs and Tables:Weddings by Paris | Cutlery and Glasses: The Pretty Prop Shop  | Silk Ribbons: Feathers and Stone| Cinematographer: Melanie Faure and Sebastien Peloux