Raw Shores


‘The heart of man is very much like the sea; it has its storms, it has its tides and in its depths it has its pearls too’ – Vincent Van Gogh.

This setting conjures a darker beach quality, one that’s deeply entrenched in the rawness of love and life. It imbues the vulnerability of a lifelong commitment, with a bride standing alone against the rough shores, ready to wholeheartedly take a leap into the unknown waters ahead of her. She is adorned in a sheer, glittered gown, juxtaposed with simple, muted styling along the table setting and rocky shoreline surrounding her. The dusky clouds cast a veil over the scene, leaving an emotive and raw trail in their wake.


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