I’m about to make your day shine brightly today with this gorgeous Mpumalanga wedding inspiration. Mpumalanga is known for its beautiful scenery and wildlife, and not really for weddings. However when Nelspruit finest creative’ came up with this shoot, they added another identity to the beautiful Mpumalanga province which I could only some up as a chic city on point to capture your wedding memories.
After just a quick glimpse of Kim Tracey’s Mpumalanga wedding inspiration shoot, I had to reach out to see if she’d be happy to grace the blog with her work once again. I was beyond excited when she accepted my invite.
Kim along with other creatives made Nelspruit look oh so chic. They created such a simple and elegant shoot focusing only on the bride. They kept the whole look simple and elegant. But introduced dramatic subtle details like the oversized bouquet and the separated wedding dress.
I’m seeing more and more gorgeous oversized statement bouquets everywhere these days. They are ever so pretty and will look amazing on your photographs. The trick with them is to include striking colourful flower/s that pops. Just like you see demonstrated in yellow on this shoot. I have a feeling this trend will be sticking around for quite some time. If you’re brave enough to make your own, here’s a helpful DIY tutorial from a practical wedding.
Separated wedding dresses, on the other hand, are not new to the wedding aisles everywhere(I say this with much confidence because my cousin wore a separated dress back in 2001) and it looks as though they’re not going anywhere anytime soon.
The one thing I really love about separates is that you don’t have to buy two dresses. You can just change from the tulle/organza skirt to a short skirt for the reception and keep the same top.
Photography: Kim Tracey
Dress: Chantel Fourie
Make-Up: Cassandra at Queenb
Bouquet: Lush Signature Floral