This Moody Bridal Style Editorial Is a Work of Art

Art has long been a source of inspiration for creatives, so it’s no surprise this gorgeous wedding editorial came about after Sara Weir Photography viewed Pieter Claesz’s still life painting, Breakfast With Fish. Much like the painting, she explored the transition from light to dark, and it’s so gorgeous, it will surely take your breath away. From the exquisite Zac Posen gown to the dramatic florals by The Potted Pansy, we’re declaring this bridal styled shoot a work of art.

From Sara Weir PhotographyThis beautiful shoot was inspired by a still life painting, Breakfast With Fish, by Pieter Claesz. In the painting, Claesz uses every shade of neutral to depict a simple meal. It struck me as so beautiful that I decided to create wedding inspiration using neutrals from light to dark. With this inspiration, I set about to convey this message through every detail. Rather than seeing this transition literally on each piece of the wedding suite, Nikkol of Refine used the individual paper to convey the transition of light to dark. I particularly love how The Potted Pansy worked her light to dark magic in the floral installation. And the Zac Posen gown from Shop Gossamer speaks for itself. It was a pleasure creating this shoot, and I hope you find beautiful inspiration here for your own wedding!

Photography: Sara Weir Photography | Floral Design: The potted pansy | Wedding Dress: Zac Posen | Hair + Makeup: Kohnur | Calligraphy: Refine Studio | Bridal Boutique: Gossamer | Ceramics: Notary Ceramics | Model: Pamela Gidahi