Buttoned up and ready to party this Oheka Castle Wedding Editorial shows that dressing up doesn’t equal boring. Classic tuxedos and short party dresses mix to create the perfect balance of sophisticated and loose. Johnny and Sakura’s chemistry on camera is palpable, adding an extra layer of magic to the already stunning visuals, and the exquisite details by Rachael Ellen from Rachael Ellen Events provide the most fabulous New York City Wedding inspiration.
When it comes to design, “Le Romantique” guided our vision. Characterized by an emphasis on emotion, individualism, and the celebration of nature and the natural world, we sought to break away from the strict conventions and embrace a more emotional and intuitive approach to art and literature. The stunning flower arrangements, the delicate table settings, and the elegant invitations are all elements that come together to create the most fabulous interpretation.
In addition, these images on medium format film provide an exceptional level of detail and depth, producing soft and dreamy images with a beautiful tonal range. This slower process requires patience and skill, but the end result is worth it. The film’s natural aesthetic adds a timeless quality to these photographs.
This wedding is a testament to the fact that dressing up can be fun and that it’s okay to let loose while still maintaining an air of sophistication. It’s a reminder that special occasions are meant to be celebrated and enjoyed to the fullest. This Oheka Castle Wedding Editorial is a perfect source of inspiration for anyone who wants to make their big day not just a wedding; but an experience.
Film Processing: PhotoVision Prints
Host: Rudney Novaes
Planning, design, and florals: @rachaelellenevents
Hair and Makeup: @caitlynmeyermua
Bridal Gown: @naeemkhanbride
Paper goods: @inkandpressco
Groom Tux: @theblacktux
Cocktail Dress: @cultgaia
Models: @sakuraramsen from @elitenyc and @johnmichael_iii
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