No matter what country, continent, or culture, art can bring people together. That’s why we were so thrilled to see that the Vivince creativity went global as one of our favorite styled shoots, the Natural History Museum of Utah, was featured in a glowing article by our new friends at Astra Bridal, a New Zealand bridal company. The upscale bridal boutique has an eye for refined fashion and features brides across the country who have led the way with elegant style.
Our Natural History Museum of Utah styled shoot came across their desk at just the right time, and they immediately loved the clean and contemporary aesthetic and how well it paired with their site. We were thrilled to share our Museum-inspired vision with our creative friends across the globe and are excited to celebrate the feature with you all.
To get a glimpse of the Astra Bridal Natural History Museum Feature, keep reading!
“The design for this shoot, created by Joseph Urankar of Vivince, was subdued as to not detract from the beauty of the space; the Museum of Natural History of Utah. Its modern and eye-catching architecture make it an ideal place for weddings and ceremonies. The Maggie Sottero …… gown was such a perfect choice, with its clean, sculptural design and stunning Mikado fabric, it reflected the modern surroundings beautifully. Photographer Kate Osborne captured every detail in perfect tune with the feel of the design.”
We were thrilled be featured as clean and contemporary inspiration by this forward-thinking bridal boutique. To see the full feature, follow the link here!
Venue: Natural History Museum of Utah
Photographer: Kate Osborne
Planning + Design: Vivince Event Studio
Florals: Decoration Inc.
Stationery: Atelier Azure
Wardrobe and Casting: Farasha Style
Jewellery: OC Tanner Jewelers
Gown Maggie Sottero
Menswear Utah Woollen Mills
Hair and Makeup Versa Artistry
Chairs Dara Modern
Cake Flour and Flourish