Today we feature a super-pretty Venetian Masquerade-themed shoot at Danson House in Bexley, Kent. A special thank you to Gwenda from The Vintage Floral Design Co for submitting this shoot with Nek Vardikos of Nek Vardikos Photography.
Gwenda provided the beautiful flowers (such a pretty pastel compliment to the vintage china!), and also helped co-ordinate the shoot.
Masquerade balls were popular in Italy during the 16th century Renaissance. They were generally elaborate dances held for members of the upper classes, and were particularly popular in Venice.
Masquerade balls exude opulence, elegance and a sense of theatre and history, perfect inspiration for a wedding in a beautiful venue such as Danson House.
Venetian Masquerade Bridal Shoot
Wonderful attention to detail ensured that everything from cakes, flowers, to iced biscuits and even macaroons worked together to give the theme cohesion with both colours and styling.
Gorgeous dresses from Ian Stuart Bride completed the sense of drama and theatre, as did wonderful hair and make-up from Kasia Fortuna Hair Designer.
You can watch the Urban Cinematography video from the shoot here:
Venue: Danson House
Photographer: Nek Vardikos Photography
Videographer: Urban Cinematography
Hair & Make Up: Kasia Fortuna Hair Designer
Dress Designer: Ian Stuart Bride
Accessories: Rosie Weisencrantz Vintage Jewellery
Shoes: Marsha Hall Handmade Shoes
Vintage China: Vintage Flair
Cakes: Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium
Sequin Table Cloth: The Sweet Hostess
Flowers: The Vintage Floral Design Co.
Models: Tiffany & Laura
Category: Wedding Color & Theme Ideas