- Make-up by Philna Pienaar (Make-up artist & certified image consultant)
- Styling by Philna Pienaar
- Hair by Kaeley Hartog (Lunatic Fringe Hair Salon, Sandton)
- Photography by Kelly Jane Photography
- Videography by RUKO Media
- Wedding Cake by Sweet Expressions
- Flowers by Dilightful Wedding Flowers
Kelly Jane Photography is proud to be working in collaboration with some remarkable suppliers in the Wedding industry.
In February the team decided to get together and do this super amazing styled shoot to showcase our skills.
We did the shoot at the 5th Avenue Gooseberry Guest House in Linden, Johannesburg. The Guest House boasts 11 en-suite rooms and has been decorated with fascinating collectables and antiques. With such an awesome backdrop for this shoot our stylist (Philna) helped us to enhance these features with a stunning modern-vintage theme.
Models Irene & Benjamin deserve a Grammy nomination for their effortless performance as the modern-vintage couple to our styled shoot dreams. We could not have asked for a better couple to work with on this project and I would like to wish them my best wishes for their up coming “real” wedding in June this year.
When Irene arrived to have her hair and make-up done, in an effort to prepare her for the photo session we joked about it being her real wedding dress rehearsal just in someone else’s dress. The details of Irene’s actual wedding dress will remain a mystery to us until her wedding day. All that we know is that Irene would look stunning even if she were wearing a dishrag.
The gorgeous 3-tear wedding cake was sponsored by Sweet Expressions. I love the simple, yet textured and elegant design.
We also had the pleasure of working with the kick ass team from RUKO Media who put together an awesome video of the couple’s day. The link to their footage will be available on both of our Facebook pages for you to check out soon, so give them a visit; it will be well worth your time.
I’m very excited about this collaboration and can’t wait to see what the future has in store for us.
What do you think of this styled shoot?