I can´t believe how fast time flies! It´s been almost a year since I first heard about the idea of this project, but it feels like it was only a few weeks ago. Now, more than 5 months after the shoot I´m so glad to see Jere Satamo´s beautiful images published in Hochzeitsguide! It really takes time for good things to happen. 😉
It was last December, when Saara from Pukuni and Satu from Aino told me about the photoshoot. I just started Willow visuals, so the opportunity to be part of this collaboration was more than an honour to me! The main concept revolved around the story of an intimate wedding celebration in the Finnish archipelago with lots of organic details. I loved it!
As the months passed by, I got a better picture about the project. The idea was to follow a simple blue / gray colour -palette for the elements. We bounced off ideas about the calligraphy and stationery, but I had a free hand in making the pieces. It was so much fun and so challenging at the same time! I wanted to make something simple but elegant, something with a little twist. Usually I use a lot of watercolour in my designs, but this time I focused on different textures, like oyster shells, textile and fibrous paper.
I couldn´t be there at the photoshoot (the same day was our wedding day 🙂 ), so I was more than curious to take a little peek at the end-results. And may I say, I was completely blown away by the images! Huge thanks to the great team!
Hope you´ll enjoy these photos as much as I do!
Videography & Editing – Niko Sieppi & Matti Ruottinen Rabbit Visuals
Event Planning & Styling – Satu / Aino & Saara / Pukuni
Wedding dresses – Pukuni
Groom’s Apparel – Groom`s own
Hair Adornments – Aino
Cakes & Savouries – Gaggui Kaffela
Calligraphy & Paper goods –by me
Rings – Aito Kultasepänverstas
Home Textiles & Decorations – Balmuir
Table Runner – Silk & Willow
Images by Jere Satamo Photography
p.s. You can see the full list of pictures on Jere Satamo´s blog.