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Feminine Minimalist Bridal Inspiration by Jeremy Chou Photography

Stacey FoleyComment
Feminine Minimalist Bridal Inspiration by Jeremy Chou Photography
 
Art is always and everywhere the secret confession, and at the same time the immortal movement of its time.
— Karl Marx

The ebb and flow of life is like the movement of a dress swaying in time. Back and forth we move through the journey as we allow our senses to guide us. We feel drawn to simple movements and deep emotions captured at a time when life seems to stand still and tell a story. Surreal light peaks our attention today as it's so beautifully combined with wild florals and the natural elements of wood and stone. Masterfully captured by Jeremy Chou Photography, and designed to perfection by Natalie Choi Events, femininity and minimalism fuse together in exquisite harmony.   

From designer Natalie Choi: "In our first phone call, Jeremy told me he used to work as a full time architect. Drawing from his background and our desire to create minimalist inspiration, I decided to incorporate elements of architectural materials – brass, marble, stone, and wood – into our design. Designed with the elegant, modern, minimalist bride in mind, our color palette was kept simple and emphasis was placed on clean lines balanced with flowing textures, reflecting the bride’s inner strength and femininity. Fresh and delicate flowers, including clematis – which carries the meaning of “art” in the language of flowers, adorned our bride and table."

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Photography: Jeremy Chou Photography | Design & styling: Natalie Choi Events | Floral design: Delphinium Floral | Paper goods: Jenny Sanders | Chairs: The Chiavari Guys | Ring: Lady Faye Jewelry | Accessories: Madewell | Cake: Just Bakecause | HMUA: Makeup by Quis | Gown: Alexandra Grecco | Placecard holders: Esselle SF | Silk textiles: Tono and Co. | Linen: La Tavola | Model: Sydney

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People often ask me how I differentiate myself from such a saturated market. It’s easy. I draw from my life experience. I was an architect before I became a full time wedding photographer. I utilize light, shadow, composition in much the same way buildings are designed. I am also able to connect with my subjects on a personal level, which in turn allows me to capture some of the most candid emotions on camera.
— Jeremy Chou