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We are extremely happy with our latest feature on Style Me Pretty! This ethereal editorial we did back in April is one of our favorite so far!! Check the full feature here!

Photography: André Teixeira, Brancoprata

Creative Direction + Floral Design: Sofia Ferreira, Brancoprata

Make Up:Marlene Vinha, Pretty Exquisite

Cake Design: T Bakes

Convento De SanPayo: Convento De SanPayo

Fashion Styling: Diana Vinha, Pretty Exquisite

Hair Designer: Alexandre Ribeiro, Diff Hair Designers

Model: Catarina Reinnas, Elite Lisbon

Team Manager: Susana Correia, Convento De Sanpayo

Wedding Dress Designer: Rute Moreda, Manuela Noivas

Videography: Fábio Coelho, The Amazing Rabbit

 

Last year we did floral design & styling for this elegant peach wedding in Porto! This beautiful dress designed exclusively for our bride completely stole our hearts and that cake from T Bakes was without a doubt a favorite! We just love when everything comes together and we see the couple’s vision come to life! Joana and Ricardo knew exactly what kind of wedding they wanted and it’s safe to say, they nailed it! And Brancoprata was lucky enough to be part of this day!

You can see the full feature on Style me ...

Check out the latest issue of Magnolia Rouge here and make sure you don’t miss a thing about Elsa and Rui‘s wedding, we designed and shoot last year! Thank you so much Magnolia Rouge, for this wonderful feature, we love it! Happy weekend!

Photography: André Teixeira, Brancoprata

{Film photos taken with Contax 645 and scanned at Carmencita Film Lab}

As a photographer, André is always looking for simple, candid moments between the couple. Keeping in mind that we aren’t working with professional models, that normally live in front of the camera, is key! Making them feel comfortable and at ease is probably one of the most important things. This natural Spring engagement session we are sharing today is the perfect example of just that! The light in these photos, the simplicity of the moments captured between the couple represent the love they have for each other and hopefully these ...

I remember when my History of Art teacher first introduce me to Man Ray’s work! I was completely blown away by it, so powerful, so meaningful! He was a significant contributor to the Dada and Surrealist movements, although his ties to each were informal. He was best known for his photography but considered himself a painter above all! In 1937, Man Ray did a suite of drawings that were publish with poems by Paul Eluard. While studying those drawings i read a quote from Man Ray regarding that particular work… ‘In these drawings my ...