Today’s feature isn’t just a heavy dose of pretty – although it certainly is that as well! Photographer Angelie Hafzullah of Angelworx wrote that the delicate tints of color they used to decorate the Konservativen cultural center were inspired by Norwegian spring and the apple trees in bloom along the fjords. How could I resist that?!
The incredible desserts crafted by Sweet Sugar Boy Ed reflect those pale spring hues, topped with sugar flowers so beautiful you would swear they are real. As a final touch, the beautiful handcrafted invitations were made to resemble ‘Rosemaling’, a traditional Norwegian folk art style of painting that uses elegant, flowing shapes and floral designs.
Photography by Angelworx Angelie Hafzullah | Located at Fredriksten Festning | Wedding Dress and Bridesmaid Dress provided by Arous| Desserts by Sweet Sugar Boy Ed | Hair and Makeup by Halat Lied | Submission via Two Bright Lights