Our Wednesdays are usually always dedicated to our wedding themes inspiration. Weddings are such an important part of our daily work because we believe that there is nothing more beautiful than planning the one day that will start the rest of your lives.
But…While we put a lot of emphasis on weddings, we also enjoy taking part in the array of different events that come our way. Whether it is a huge launch party or a commemorative event for a non- profit, we are always passionate about what we create and put together. This is why we’ve decided to change our weekly ‘Wedding Wednesday’ posts to a post that incorporates all event types.
We’ve already posted about Halloween (here and here) but we have yet to focus on one of our favorite elements: glamour. Yes, we get it, Halloween is meant to be spooky and squeamish but we can’t help it, glamor is in our blood. And with blood in mind, here is our version of a ultra-glam Halloween event.
David Lachapelle is a modern artistic visionary who can be credited as a photographer, videographer, director for live theatrics as well as films. According to his website, David LaChapelle is known internationally for his exceptional talent in combining a unique hyper-realistic aesthetic with profound social messages.
JULY 27 - OCTOBER 27, 2013
Today flowers are primarily associated with their decorative function. Their nice, ornamental appearance has been regarded as a symbol for a perfect bourgeois interior since the Biedermeier era. Flowers also have a symbolic meaning both at weddings, where they represent freshness and fertility, and at funerals, where they represent transitoriness and death. An in-depth exploration of the varied symbolic meanings of flowers in cultural history reveals further levels of meaning, many of which refer to the ambivalence and abysms of human existence. The exhibition shows how contemporary art continues the historical and complex tradition of flowers and mushrooms in visual art and uses them in both traditional and new ways.