Inspired Fairytale by Annie Liebovitz

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Who doesn’t love internationally acclaimed photographer- Annie Leibovitz?

In revisiting her portfolio this weekend, after watching American Masters on PBS, I decided to create different Dream Palettes inspired by some of her shots. Ideally, of course, a bride would just have Annie, herself, photograph the wedding (or anything, for that matter). In between her packed calendar of shooting spreads for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Disney & Rolling Stones (just to name a few), I’d imagine Ms. Leibovitz is available. Good luck with that.

Until I can get Annie on my speed dial, here’s the first of many wedding inspiration boards inspired by Ms. A.L, herself.

Inspiration: Cinderella (© 2006 Disney Campaign)

Annie Leibovitz Photography_ Wedding Nouveau

Dream Palette # 18: ONCE UPON A FAIRTYTALE

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Color: Powder Blue, Pear Green and Ivory

(ALL IMAGES ©: Photo of Bride on Steps from Fete [Photo by Christian Oth Studio]; Chandelier/Table Setting Photo by Lisa Cohen; Bridesmaids Pear-colored Dress by Christian Siriano; Blue Crystal Boutonniere by ECrater; Carriage Centerpiece by eFavor Mart; Invitation by Bella Figura; Butterfly Dessert with Sparkletts by Cox and Cox; Yellow shoes by Bella Grace Studios; Winding Staircase by Zara Home; Chandelier/Window photo by Zara Home; Ribbon & Gift Wrap Photo by Whimsy Press; Flower and mini Jar photo by Leslie of A Creative Mint; Bridal Gown photo by Elie Saab)

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  2. Jesse

    October 1 at 6:50 pm

    oooh…so pretty and romantic.

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