When creating a concept of the Fine Art Film Wedding Photography Workshop, we were very excited about stunning old frescoes preserved at the main hall of Theresia Chateau. Fresco walls are painted in a remarkable muted pink and blue colours, with accents of menthol green and white. Such a colour combination led us to Claude Monet’s Water Lilies series that are of a similar nature. Thus Monet became a great inspiration for us. Monet’s paintings are full of flowers, nature and vivid life, but on the other hand they evoke a sense of peace. Although they are painted in oils, they remind watercolour effect.
Inspired by all these elements we ended up aiming to combine a beauty of nature and art. We have used seasonal spring flowers, especially lilacs, tulips and clematis. Soft calligraphy stationery with a touch of watercolour along with soft, fluffy textures and a gorgeous gown, were picked to create a peaceful impression and easy-going feeling from the overall design. We also tent to show that the nature is the biggest artist so flowers were tied in bouquets of irregular shapes creating a sense of natural motion, exactly alike the Monet’s paintings without repetitive patterns and symmetry.
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