Since lockdown began, I’ve been constantly surprised and uplifted by the resilience of the wedding industry. As so many of you lovely couples have had to postpone, suppliers have been working hard to support your new plans, to juggle availability for 2021 bookings… and all the time facing genuine hardships (because for so many of these indie businesses, this is their livelihoods). So when a photoshoot like this one lands in my inbox it brightens my heart and reassures me: we’ll come back. We can do this. There’s a future for those fiercely creative talents working to make your weddings amazing, and a positive future shining on the horizon.
Today’s photoshoot took place when a wedding showcase couldn’t happen… and these amazing suppliers kept the day alive in their inspiring way. It’s wonderful – I hope you love the images. Thank you especially to Sally Rawlins Photography and to Louisa May Weddings, who’ll explain more.
I wanted to create something simple, meaningful, beautiful and elegant all within a rustic setting. Utilising the stunning venue and its surroundings to demonstrate the diversity of themes and colours to create the ‘wow’ factor that every couple wants on their Wedding day.
From the country style hessian table cloths with blush pink table runners and napkins, to the elegant hand tied luxurious green and white bouquet. This shoot has an abundance of happiness and joy. I hope it brings inspiration to couples looking for ideas for their perfect wedding.
Photographer – https://sallyrawlinsphotography.com
Concept & Planner – https://louisamayweddings.co.uk
Venue – https://thetudorbarnbelstead.co.uk
Dress designer – https://demetrios.com & https://pronovias.com
Bridal boutique – https://jadorebridalwear.co.uk/
Florist – https://theflowershopkm.com
Stationery – https://loupaper.co.uk
Cake – https://clairescakesessex.co.uk
Model- Lorna Perrin
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