Sarah & Brian's Glorious Church Wedding
Chiaroscuro is an Italian artistic term used to describe the dramatic effect of contrasting areas of light and dark in artwork, particularly paintings. It comes from the combination of the Italian words for “light” and “dark.” (Vocabulary.com). Sarah radiates light as she wore her ivory Kitty Joni gown to her catholic church wedding, where a darker, moody palette contrasted with her bridal glow perfectly, creating a painterly aesthetic.
Although the reception was held at an Art Gallery, she is truly the masterpiece in her a-line organza wedding dress that featured a large twill bow symbolising the “obi” found on traditional Japanese kimonos making this BESPOKE gown uniquely hers.