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Colour Me Intrigued: A Quirky, Colourful Styled Shoot
What’s your wedding colour? Exploring colour symbolism and mood, this styled shoot plays with various hues in quirky sets, to inspire you to discover your own colour personality.
Today’s styled shoot editorial is an eccentric, quirky burst of colour! Fascinated by the subject of colour and how different hues are associated with complex ideas and moods, the team set out to explore how colour works. “Your choice of wedding colours tends to be a subconscious reflection of your personality,” share stylists Larry and Jophia from FLOUR. “Colours represent what’s within us and send the message of our personality, persona, affection, and love, so what colour are you? ”
In eight exaggerated scenes, the team explored the various moods colour evokes. The unconventional and quirky sets are each designed around one colour and vibe, and seek to investigate what colour means, and how they reflect personality. With pockets of space with different lighting and aesthetic qualities that could accommodate eight looks, Another Studio was the perfect venue for the exploration.
“We had a wonderful team of really passionate and talented creative folks who went wild, trying and exploring new and quirky ideas with us,” say Larry and Jophia. With just rough direction, they had full creative control and everyone of them worked their magic, interpreted and translated colours in their own way.” FLOUR thought up the concept and space styling, Pout and Chow did the food styling, and A Brush with Mel painted the watercolours.
Amanda Lee Online and Amanda Lee Weddings provided the stylish wardrobe. 27a.co by Marie Soh completed model Mei Yue’s look with hair and makeup styling. Silk ribbons by Eirene Artisan, pastries by L’eclair by Sarah Michelle, and flowers supplied by GG Fresh Flowers finished the sets. Everything was captured by Bittersweet Photography. “The sets were all slightly exaggerated, with random objects such as a hotpot, guppies, a humidifier, and a weighing scale, that we never ever thought would be useful for a shoot,” Larry and Jophia share. “The random use of objects made this shoot eccentric, and exceptionally fun.”
The team hope that this editorial will help you couples better understand yourselves through colour, and inspire you to concoct your own colour recipes!
Many thanks to the team for sharing this with us!
The Concept & Space Styling: FLOUR
The Fashion Styling: ALO & Amanda Lee Weddings
The Hair and Makeup: 27a.co by Marie Soh
The Food Styling: Pout and Chow
The Watercolours: A Brush with Mel
The Silk Ribbons & Fabric: Eirene Artisan
The Pastries: L’eclair by Sarah Michelle
The Flower Supplier: GG Fresh Flowers
The Model: Mei Yue
Credits: Images by Bittersweet Photography