Below is a description of the concept and all the meaning behind this shoot. Well done Belovely! You ladies are amazing.
“Given the challenge, we started to think about sweetheart tables in general and the meaning of Valentines. So much of Valentines day is marketed towards making ‘Her’ happy, and we wanted to break that mold. We wanted to show love at it’s rawest form. No hearts, no chocolate, no diamonds or gimmicks. LOVE IS LOVE. Using a gay couple surrounded by their supportive entourage of lovely ladies, we created a table that is masculine in a delicate, yet powerful way. We stumbled upon this amazing copper and wood triangle and immediately fell in love. The Pink Triangle was used at the Nazi concentration camps as a badge to identify male prisoners who were sent there because of their homosexuality. We empowered this symbol. We gave it strength and support; because the heart wants what the heart wants.”
A huge thank you to all the creatives involved for being so great to work with. An even bigger thank you to our models, who froze their butts off during this shoot.
This shoot is also in a contest and we need your help.
Our girls along with a belovely girl were the three flower girls. Such cuties!
This contest ends at Midnight and we would love for you to vote for our image (by liking the photo) on @maggpierentals page. Thank you so much for your support. It means the world. xoxo.
Concept, design, styling & florals: @belovely_design // Photography: @therealm2 // Hair & Make Up: @yve_del// Stationary & Calligraphy: @ohmaiartcreations // Gowns: @bhldn // Blonde Flower girl dress: @kohls //