Red Masquerade Bridal Shoot in Delaware
Masquerade balls originated centuries ago with elaborate and colorful attire celebrating many events in medieval court life, including weddings. This shoot embraces that type of formal and fun festivity with hand painted masks and bold red florals and details. This session at Waterfall Catering in Delaware offers a gorgeous balance of whimsy and glamour. For a masquerade-inspired event, a vibrant invitation suite will only do. Red envelopes hold watercolor pieces outfitted with floral details and lovely red script.
The bouquet leans on the energetic red color of the invitation. Classic red roses are nestled in a bed of greenery and pink and purple flowers for a punch of color.
Since the bride will be adding an eccentric accessory, the ideal gown is a clean and simple strapless fit-and-flare with ruching and an embellishment at the waist. She also coordinates with a bright red lip and matching manicure.
She transforms with a hand painted white masquerade mask. Its elaborate details and white appearance are perfect for completing her exclusive bridal look.
A sweet completion to this distinguishing event is a red and white cake. This show stopping and eye-catching creation is crafted with four layers. The base and top feature a collection of seamless red buttercream rosettes, while the middle layers are white with dainty embellishments.
For the beautiful bride with a lively personality, enfolding an elaborate masquerade mask and exuberant color palette into the wedding vision can be quite the unique approach; one that is full of style and elegance with a small kiss of mystery.
Photographer: Ashlee Mintz Photography Bakery: Clays Bakery Veils and headpieces: Higgins Creek Makeup Artist: Makeup by katie marie Floral Designer: Ridley Park Florist Invitation Designer: ShopPaperGarden Reception Venue: Waterfall Catering