In these last days of Spring I have enjoyed the most artistic treat in the shape of the style-shoot planned by Caytlin from Aeipathy Studio. She and her team of brilliantly creative vendors put together a sight to behold. The shoot is based on the praised terracotta color and the rugged, arid yet tranquil nature surrounding Copenhagen. The accent is on the ceramic pieces that Robynn Storgaard is creating and I hope you will delight in the unfinished look of her creative universe alongside the bohemian vibes Caitlyn has imagined for the dusk of a warm day in Copenhagen.
I think that Denmark has only a few wedding creatives, but all of them are beaming with creativity and love for their craft. The Scandinavian design inspires them, and that makes their work authentic and highly appreciated. The bohemian mood, the earthy colors, the minimal but rich in aesthetics type of decor are just some of the elements we are after here in this tiny Scandinavian country. And I think this is precisely what you will see looking through Mia’s (the storyteller) eyes at this gorgeous inspiration shoot:
“As the slow embrace of golden hour spreads across the rippling field, we begin to make ourselves at home under the branches of the silver birch. A delicate piece of hanging linen adds a soft touch of alabaster white, while the warm heat of the afternoon fades and we gather for shared stories and sustenance, rejoicing in good food and good company. The tree beckons to those who haven’t yet arrived, its silver bark effervescent in the tall prairie grass. Warmth fills the evening even as the last rays of the sun depart, the subtle texture of the handcrafted ceramics complimenting the flowers that fill our evening with fragrance. As we come together, wanderers in our own right, we fall into an easy conversation, sharing the secrets of our respective crafts. ”
Enjoy and do send some love to this amazing team.
Anna Landstedt Photograpy
Florals and Styling
Ina and the Olive Tree
Table Setting DK