Beautiful, Classic Queen of Sheba Editorial with Ashton Jean Pierre


Last year, we worked with Ashton Jean-Pierre on a classic queen of Sheba editorial shoot that was published in Wedding Sparrow. Inspired by an historical figure, the shoot took place at Parliament House - a beautiful iconic architecture in the heart of Melbourne.


"As my idea is having Queen of Sheba shoot, I had an opportunity to organise and design the shoot with amazing vendors - bridal designer, florist, headpiece, make up artist. Although we kept it very simple as it’s all about the bride. The shoot happened in Melbourne, Australia.

I have a passion for the historic architecture, exploring it always gives me inspiration, so I chose The Parliament House, Melbourne, Australia which has amazing detail! Sandra wore two beautiful handmade bridal gowns by Gwendolynne, she carried a Sassafras Flower Design’s pastel bouquet which consisted of white, soft peach and pastel pink tones held together with Songbird Silk’s cream ribbons, which contrasted perfectly against the ivory dress. Beautiful timeless paper goods by Jianery Calligraphy with hues of ivory, dark brown and gold.” Two style hairs - curly and blow out were styled by Wawili. The model also was pampered by the amazing make up artist Death by Contour."

Photographer & Stylist: Ashton Jean-Pierre Photography | Film Lab: The FIND Lab | Floral Designer: Sassafras Flower Design | Dress Designer: Gwendolynne | Venue: Parliament House | Hair Artist: Wawili | Calligraphy: Jianery Calligraphy | Makeup Artist: Death by Contour | Headpiece, earrings, and bracelet: Stephanie Browne