This fine art wedding editorial is brought to you by myself (Sandra of DreamBox Photography) and Niloo of Niloo Rosi design. Both Niloo and I envisioned a unique setting with beautiful architecture and after several days of searching, we settled on Meadowbrook Hall, a BEAUTIFUL stone mansion with picturesque chimney and a storybook entry. We instantly felt in love with the location and started putting all of our inspiration on paper. With the perfect model and vendor team in place, we were able to get our vision come to life with this styled shoot. We hope you enjoy photos as much as we enjoyed putting this editorial together.
Note: All photos below were shot on film using Fuji 400H film stock. Although many people can’t tell the difference between film and digital, I think there’s a certain “feel” that film images produce that digital cameras is not able to replicate. It’s that nostalgic feel that you get when looking at film images that makes me so drawn to film images and so my love for film will always remain (no matter how much technology changes!).
As you enter the main gates of the mansion, the first sight you get is a glimpse of the mansion that is perfectly framed by the trees and welcomes you with a water fountain statue.
The stonework on this mansion is just impeccable and doesn’t need much decor with the amount of details that went into the design:
A garden style tablescape feature a soft and romantic color palette:
Fine art stationery and details will always have a special place in my heart, especially deckled cotton paper invitation suites and pretty wax seals:
Gaby looked like a real-life princess with the veil and the soft light coming through the veil.