Vizcaya Museum Wedding Editorial
There are a very small number of venues in the US that have the ability to transport you to Europe. Although this Vizcaya Museum wedding editorial occurred in Miami, one could swear it was an Italian villa. These historic grounds date back to the early 20th century and set the scene for the most beautiful, old-world bridal editorial.
Vizcaya’s beautifully maintained grounds were inspired by the Venetian and Tuscan Renaissance. The property’s baroque details are found throughout and set the scene for our shoot. While we roamed the beautifully manicured gardens we made sure to explore all of the nooks and alcoves of the estate.
I wanted this shoot to not overshadow the beauty of the location. It was for this reason that we decided to keep superfluous elements minimal and focus on the couple and attire. The bride donned two Millia London dresses; one white and the other in blush pink. In addition, her ensembles were complimented by a series of bespoke bouquets. The groom kept his look classic with a black tuxedo, patent leather shoes, and a bowtie.
There was a certain quietness and feeling of romance to the property that I wanted the imagery to evoke. Even though 100 years have gone by the property looks as if it were kept in a time capsule. It was my goal to have that timeless elegance visible throughout the photos.
Undoubtedly, you simply can never have enough tulle!
Regardless of where we turned, there was a gorgeous vantage point awaiting us. We made sure to carefully take our time and not miss any of the beautiful areas. This venue would make the most beautiful backdrop for a wedding day and I can’t wait to return with future couples of mine!
Photography | Alex W Photography
Gowns | Millia London
Florals | The Bride Candy
Makeup | Carol Casal
Hair | Lizz Glam Beauties
Models | Elite Models Miami
Tux | Manny’s Formal Wear
Film Lab | Richard Photo Lab