This editorial is near and dear to my heart - as I see it being for many other girls (and boys) at all walks in life. Body shaming is something we deal with too often and sadly we see a lot of this in the wedding industry too. I remember shopping at this one boutique and just feeling so small because I didn't fit into their standard sizes - and the styles I wanted couldn't be made to look good on my body - which is what I was told from someone who did custom bridal wear. I still remember that feeling like it was yesterday. I also remember the feeling when I walked into a boutique that embraced my curves, and how I was able to create a the wedding outfit of my dreams - as he suggested ways to make my curves pop!
As an industry - it's up to us to make every bride and groom feel incredible, during planning and day of. Because trust me they will remember this day and all the planning forever.
This editorial is here today to break stereotypes and push for individual acceptance and body positivity with unconventional models and I can't wait to see more like this.
Although stationery doesn't deal directly with your body - it still tells a story and I'm so proud to be a part of this one.
As seen in: L'amour
What we created:
- Flat Invitation
- Welcome Sign
- Table Number
Vendor Love Concept & Producer: Taj & Raj Events Creative Director: Hidden Treasure Decor Venue: Lakeshore Convention Center Cinematography: Wish Tree Cinemas Photography: Ikonica Images Cake: SK Confectionery MUA: Aamore by Adriana Model: Anisa Outfit: Lashkaraa Rentals: DX event rentals Stationery: Vibrance Designs