Inspired by Water for Elephants Shoot

In for a treat of a 20s inspired wedding shoot from Europe, based on the story of a young man who falls in love with the star performer of a travelling circus. Set in times gone by, at Guîtres’ historical train station, Elisabeth Delsol’s decorations are nostalgic and dreamy. Enjoy!

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Credits:

Wedding Planner: Weday’s, www.wedays.com
Design: Elisabeth Delsol, www.elisabeth-delsol.com
Hairdresser: Expression Coiffure,  www.expressioncoiffure.free.fr
Make up artist: Virginie’e, www.virginie-e.com
Cake and Bakery: Patisserie cherie, www.patisseriecherie.com
Accessories: So-Hélo, www.so-helo.com
Wedding dresses: Confidentiel Création, www.confidentiel-creation.fr
Boleros: Les Petites Echarpes de Mariana: www.lespetitesecharpes.com
Videographer: El Groovy baby. www.groovybaby.fr
Photographer: Sandra Hygonnenc: www.sandrahygonnenc.com
Description:

Water for elephants is the story of a young man who falls in love with the star performer of a 1920’s travelling circus. Conceived and composed by Elise Gorisse and Laura Dova with Weday’s weddings agency, the idea behind the shooting was to imagine how their wedding would have unfolded and recreate its atmosphere.

Set in times gone by, at Guîtres’ historical train station, Elisabeth Delsol’s decorations are nostalgic and dreamy. Its as if the couple had gathered their personal belongings and had set their table and chairs up by the very same railroad tracks that had accompanied the journey of their lives.

By the candlelight table full of sweets and cakes lovingly prepared by Emilie, the bride is keeping warm with Mariana’s boleros. With (make up artist) Virginie’s sparkles in her eyes and the couples hair beautifully arranged by Nadine, the 1920’s atmosphere is very present in the bride and groom’s appearance.

After dinner, and glass of the finest Bordeaux wine, the newly weds dance to the soft melody of an old record player, the veils on Majorie’s dress floating in rhythm with the music.

Heloise’s accessories in her hair and a suitcase in his hand, the couple set off for their honeymoon to the chime of the station bells. Sandra’s photography and Olivier’s camera have captured the vivid colours of autumn to underline in a romantic way the newlyweds love for each other, interpreted by Piers and Laura

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