Our vision was born as a result of creatives from different regions who met in Dubai to create a location-inspired story. When Maddy Christina and The Purple Chair discussed ideas for collaborating, we were delighted to come together to incorporate her western film photography with Eastern beauty and culture.
The venue was the perfect backdrop for this shoot as it highlights the unique heritage of the city. Beautiful coral architecture and brass elements were abundant in the venue. Pampass, mustard roses, buds, berries and a combination of garden roses were perfectly married in clay vases by Le Marche de Fleur. Muted tones were selected to compliment the mustard and beige accents of the venue. Robin from Feather Paper created a delicate hand crafted invitation suite incorporating the distinctive Arabian bee and Ghaff leaves to tie the suite with the shoot. The special accent in the menu shots were the spices which are a vital part of the day to day culture in the region.
The Purple Chair worked closely with Sara from 800 tailor to create a modest jumpsuit paired with a cape and a lace hood highlighting the elegance of the bride and embracing her tradition in a romantic and humble manner. The video captured so immaculately by Morning Jacket Films provides viewers with a better look and feel of the feminine aesthetics, embroidery and detailing of this inspirational shoot. It was a pleasure working with like-minded and talented individuals who all came together to create this Dubai wedding inspiration and provide the industry with a closer look at the details and unique beauty that stems from this region.
Photography: Maddy Christina | Concept + Styling: The Purple Chair | Flowers: Le Marché aux Fleurs | Dress: 800 Tailor | Venue: Qasr Al Sultan | Hair and make up: Monica MH Beauty | Furniture: Innovative Hiring | Stationery: Feather Paper | Tableware: The Supper House | Video: Morning Jacket Films | Shoes: BellaBelleshoes | Ring Boxes: The Mrs Box