TRAVEL BETWEEN ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL STYLE WITH THIS INSPIRATION SHOOTING

The idea of ​​this styles shoot was born from a lovely meeting between the dress designer Sabrina Makar and myself (Imen Khelifi from Noor Weddings). Immediately, we had a crush on our activities, especially for our vision of marriage.

One thing leading to another, the desire to make a styled shoot at the crossroads of Arabic and Occidental style, both warm, modern and elegant. So we decided to embark on an arabian inspired styled shoot while retaining the elegant side of the West.

We both wanted a very Parisian place but with a touch of magic. The Salon des Miroirs in the heart of Paris, welcomed us and allowed the beginning of this incredible adventure. The stained-glass windows and the light, was the perfect balance I was looking for.

Aude Rose took care of the floral arrangement and scenography with arabian accents and made us travel on the side of the Bosphorus river with the loukoum-cake. Etsenko was kind enough to send us at the very last minute a stationery who matched with the spirit of this shoot! A beautiful Moroccan door with a French garden hidding behind…

Clarisse Lemen worn perfectly Sabrina Makar Paris’ creation, sublimated by the work of Onorina Jomir Beauty.

Finally, nothing would have been possible without Farid Makhlouf to immortalize all this beautiful teamwork.

One thousand and one nights allowed one thousand and one inspirations. This is one possible interpretation and something tells me that this styled shoot with her was definitely the first but not last.

No more words, let yourself be transported by the photographs!

 

 

 

Wedding planner: Imen Khelifi / Venue: Salon des Miroirs / Photographer: Farid Makhlouf / Floral design: Aude Rose / Art de la table: Acaris / Wedding dress: Sabrina Makar / Hair and makeup artist: Honorinemakeupartist / Model: Clarisse Le Men / Model: Mehdi Saf / Bow tie: Le Colonel Moutarde / Graphic design: Atelier Eksento / Cake design: Laouz

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