It’s surreal that we’re finally able to share this dear-to-our-heart editorial with you! I’ve had to keep from sharing the images since December 2010 (yes, that was extremely difficult to do!) As you may have seen a few featured images here and there, now that the print feature is out, I’m finally able to feature the entire shoot on our blog! Just in time to complete the month of love, feast your eyes on rich pomegranate, gold tones and the inspiring details from this shoot.

The pomegranate was a big inspiration for us due to the symbolism of plentifulness, fruitfulness and sweetness- a feeling that we believe all brides should have in their weddings.

We brainstormed for weeks and Khaled drew a storyboard to help us visualize what we wanted to create. Brenda and I created an inspiration board and soon enough the project was under way and we were ready to create some magical images. We could not have brought these ideas to life without the incredibly talented team we were blessed with! A huge thanks to everyone that was part of this wonderful adventure, we look forward to working together again soon!

At the end of this post you’ll find a beautiful film created by the super-talented Bryan Coward of Tampa Wonderworks. You’ll also see Khaled make a cameo in the last few minutes of the behind-the-scenes!

Enjoy!

Co-Designer: Mariana of Kismis Ink Photography
Co-Designer + Invitation and Paper Goods: Brenda Maille of Best Wedding Sites Wedding Girl on etsy
Bouquet & Centerpiece: MMD Events
Centerpiece, Table Number, Mr & Mrs chair decor + chalkboard sign: Every Last Detail
Cinema and Video: Bryan of  Tampa Wonderworks Films
Dress Store: The White Closet Co. {Designer: Mikaella Gown and Enzoani Shawl}
Cake Designer: Mante Baronas of Cakes by Nomeda
Heirlooms and extras: Gracylu Originals
Linens, Coverings + Chandelier: Kate Ryan Linens
Equipment Rentals (Chevari Chairs & tables): Signature Events By Design
Makeup Artist: Michele Renee Hair and Makeup Artist Group
Model: Marlene
Jewelry: Edera Jewelry {Aiglentine Bracelet, worn as both a necklace and bracelet. Consists of real silver threads, red silk ribbon ties, freshwater pearls, vintage rhinestones and quartz crystals}
Escort card holder: Homegoods
Desserts: Publix Bakery/Mariana
China: Ethan Allen