Classic Wedding Styled Shoot with Anna Georgina Dress
When ZaraZoo heard about a gorgeous new venue opening in Constantia, they vowed to be the first photographers to host a shoot there. They made a few phone calls and soon they had some of the most well known and established vendors in the wedding industry collaborating with them for a styled shoot at Delft Blue. We hope you find some magical wedding inspiration from ZaraZoo’s stunning styled shoot which features the gorgeous Danni de Raedt in an Anna Georgina Dress supplied by Kobus Dippenaar, Alicia Buckle’s Hair and Makeup, and Okasie’s Styling!
Delft Blue is the blue and white pottery that is made in and around Delft in the Netherlands. The origins date as far back as 1602 when the dutch were introduced to porcelain from China. It became so popular that the dutch started making their own porcelain creations. They imitated the porcelain created in China and created Delftware. In the centuries to come, Delft became one of the most important ceramics producers in Europe. Delftware became a symbol of wealth with rich families proudly showing off their vases, dishes and tiles. This shoot includes the one-and-only Kobus Dippenaar who provided them with not one, but two amazing Anna Georgina Wedding Dresses, which tied in beautifully with the venue and theme. To make matters even better, they had Alicia Buckle do the hair and make-up to transform our model, Danni de Raedt, to the beautiful, sophisticated bride she so well portrayed. The exceptionally creative team of Okasie collaborated with the flowers, decor and styling.
With this styled shoot, the ZaraZoo team combined white and blue and brought in the delft elements that is characteristic of the ceramic line. Including the styles of the Anna Georgina Dress and styling. This line of “something blue” would then be tied in with adding the same color or patterns in the bridesmaid dresses and groom & groomsmen attire.
Photos by Elandi Coetzee & Jo-lizna Botha