A Spring Wedding Editorial Inspired By Monet’s Garden

A bride in a blue and white printed wedding gown by Sareh Nouri surrounded by florals and holding an umbrella made out of flowers.
Photo: Claire Ryser Photography | Gown: Sareh Nouri

Spring has arrived, and with it comes the joy of warmer weather and the charm of pastel hues. We’re thrilled to share an editorial by Claire Ryser Photography showcasing the stunning Sareh Nouri spring 2024 collection.

This editorial, inspired by the serene beauty of Monet’s Gardens at Giverny, is a perfect embodiment of spring. The shoot features a delightful yellow, white, and blue color palette, highlighting two exquisite gowns from the Sareh Nouri “Something Blue” collection. The first gown, “Last First Kiss,” is an elegant long-sleeved A-line piece adorned with handmade signature blue bows down the back, exuding grace and sophistication. The second gown, “Hydrangea,” is a breathtaking satin off-the-shoulder oversized ballgown with a floral print designed to make a bold statement.

Beyond the gowns, the editorial thoughtfully includes a beautiful blue and white cake, vibrant floral arrangements, and refined stationery, each element harmoniously complementing the dresses. And for a unique touch, there’s an umbrella made entirely of flowers – a dreamy and creative addition to the shoot!

Continue scrolling and explore this spring wedding editorial featuring Sareh Nouri’s collection. It’s a total dream!

A flat lay featuring pearl jewelry, a note and blue heels.

Wedding invitation suite featuring a pink envelope with a watercolor print inside.

A bride wearing the "Last First Kiss" gown by Sareh Nouri and holding a basket of flowers.

A bride wearing the "Last First Kiss" gown walking up the stairs holding a floral bouquet.

The bride sipping a blue glass with yellow flowers wrapped around it.

A staircase decorated with blue, white and purple florals and candlelight.

A bride in "Hydrangea" by Sareh Nouri sitting on the stairs surrounded by flowers.

A floral arrangement of blue, white and yellow florals and candles.

A bride wearing a blue and white printed wedding gown in front of large floral arrangements lining the stairs.

A three tier wedding cake with a bottom blue tier and two white tiers.

The bride holding up a cup next to the wedding cake and flowers.

A flat lay with two pieces of cake, a blue menu and blue and white plates.

The bride holding a bouquet of flowers with the veil over her face.

The back of the "Hydrangea" wedding gown. A blue and white floral print ballgown.

The bride wearing "Hydrangea" by Sareh Nouri and holding an umbrella made of flowers.

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“A Spring Wedding Editorial Inspired By Monet’s Garden”

Contributing Vendors- Photo: Claire Ryser / Sareh Nouri / Events by Elle / Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts / Bronzed and Blushed / Good Earth Floral Design Studio / Voices and Models / YellowBrick Graphics / Backdrops by Jeremy Ellsworth / Shannon Bond Cake Design

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