Today, I am delighted to feature the third and final chapter in the Fairytale Wedding Editorial, Swan Maiden. I invite you to view the first instalment and second chapter of our story, along with it’s national premier on Style me Pretty!
A young peasant man saw a group of wildlife scurry around a watering hole nearby. He watched from the bushes as they stripped their feathery and furry and winged attire and headed to the water’s edge, swans, rabbits and butterflies to name a few of the creatures. As time passed, he could think of nothing but the fair creature-maidens and grew increasingly unaffected by daily life.
He declared that there was no longer any happiness in this life for him if he could not possess a fair creature-maiden. He decided to return to the watering hole and gain one’s attention, somehow. At a convenient hiding place, he waited, with impatience, the coming of the creatures.
Soon thereafter, two of the maidens were in search of her creature-clothes, and discovered the young man. They were flattered to have been watched and put on a bit of a show, vying for the young man’s attention. You see, they learned that any creature-maiden who wed a human would turn into royalty, instantly upon her marriage vows. The fairest of the two creature-maidens was surely to wed the young peasant.
And the two creature-maidens prepared themselves accordingly to win as fairest in the peasant’s sight. Preparations were made for a magnificent wedding between creature-maiden and man. The creature community came together to create an exquisite wedding. Except which creature-maiden would be chosen as bride?
A final thank you for the many talented hands that brought magic to this editorial:
- Cinematic production by Luma Lab Films Inc.
- Coordination, stylizing by Kailey-Michelle Events
- Direction, Imagery by FRESH Photography
- Make-up by Brianna Errelet
- Eco-friendly wedding gowns by Pure Magnolia
- Flowers by Verde Plant and Flower Design
- Accessories by Carmen West Creative
- Lingerie by L’Boutique
- Hair by Lori Bodner Designs
- Vintage decor/ frocks/ props, stylizing by Aroka Vintage
- Stationary by Studio Wonder
- Custom Cakes Cake Art by Rabia
- Heritage venue Rowena’s Inn on the River
- Wigs Small Town Frocks
- Models in order of appearance Alissa Hansen, Rachel Sargaent, Andrew Henderson