Filed under: Editorial
When I set my eyes on this shoot by A and B Style, I swooned. Mainly because I love when I see common elements, such as succulents and lanterns, used in a different way. Plus the florals used were locally grown. Boy, am I envious of this shoot! You can tell the love and passion that went into it.
From Rebekah, "When I was designing this shoot I wanted to create something that was a spin on tropical destination weddings by it being inspired by the surroundings but not having to fit a particular palette you wouldn’t use outside of the locale (read: typical bird of paradise in/on everything and orange and brown being your most dominant colors)."
She continues, "The venue where the shoot took place was like Eden, all of the flowers from the shoot (except the protea) were all grown on-site. There were plants growing there that I’ve never seen in my life! Long blue hanging flowers that looked like orchids with big pods suspended from vines…it was like being in a Jules Verne novel. I used natural elements from the property, as well as coffee beans as a nod to the other part of the property that is a functioning coffee plantation."
Photos courtesy of Twenty Twenty Studios.
Thanks for sharing! I really enjoyed looking at these photos. Quite a talent!