Styled Bridal Inspiration
Between the sand and the sea....a short video capturing some behind the scenes footage of the styled shoot, with Suzanne Li, and bringing wedding photography to life with the incredible Cinemate Films. Celebrating the Pantone colours of the year - rose quartz and serenity - our beach elopement shoot captures the hazy skies and rugged castles of the Ayrshire coastline. All the credits of this amazing team are in the short clip. Bride wears Adeliah by Ange Etoiles.
Beautiful peach, blush and rose gold tones working in harmony for an Art Nouveau shoot at House for an Art Lover. The Pearly dress by Belle & Bunty exuded class and sophistication with its vintage inspired glamourous curves as we showcased the latest accessory collection by LHG Designs. Charlotte Mills provided the sentimental shoes combining a lucky sixpence and something blue. The cake took inspiration from delicate Chantilly lace and was crafted by Fairy Dust Celebrations along with the decadent cupcakes. Charles Rennie MacIntosh themed stationery and favours were supplied by Sixpenny Blue and the Florals came from Narcissus Wedding Flowers. I Love Letters provided some fun with the giant light up L.O.V.E and it was all expertly captured by Audrey at Tandem Photo. Hair by Emma Motion and Make-up by City Brides. Photography Copyright (c) Tandem Photo.
'The Scotland Project' When my friend Lisa, from Floral Menagerie, asked me if I wanted to be part of a dark and moody scenic Scottish shoot with international photographer, Artur Zaitsev, I jumped at the opportunity. Being a keen snowboarder, Glencoe is one of my very favourite parts of this wonderful country and I think this, back to basics elopement style shoot, captures the beauty in its dark, stormy skies perfectly. Blooms and floral crown by Floral Menagerie, hair and make-up by sister ultimate duo team Anne-Marie McIlroy and Julie DiPlacito. The dress we supplied was Iman by Divine Atelier. Kilt worn by the very handsome Tristan Cameron Harper is by Siobhan McKenzie Kilts. Photography copyright (c) Artur Zaitsev
Bold and bright was the order of the day for this elaborate styled shoot, organised by Julia Graham Photography, to showcase The Cow Shed in Crail. Our Iris gown, by Divine Atelier, was chosen to reflect the informal atmosphere of the venue and its simple, unfussy style made the flowers really stand out. The cape veil added a modern edgy feel and can be taken off later to reveal a second bridal look if you want. A plethora of quality and quirky wedding vendors were involved in creating this wedding inspiration bonanza: Brolly Bucket, Floral Menagerie, Rosewood Cakes, Bijou Wine Co, Something Old, Virginia's Vintage Furniture Hire and The Green Cockatoo. Photography copyright (c) Julia Graham Photography
Beautiful, elegant and seductive meets dark, moody and mystical was the recipe for this elopement shoot. Our 2 young brides have ran off to the gothic surroundings of Carlowrie Castle where they lovingly helping each other to get ready, before heading into the woods for a pagan handfasting ceremony. Florals and ceremony décor by Lisa at Floral Menagerie and hair and make up by the doubley talented Laura Gray of Hair, Beauty, Bridal. Photography by the tres cool and very entertaining Neil Thomas Douglas. Photography copyright (c) Neil Thomas Douglas Photography
A relaxed, bohemian wedding, inspired by dreamcatchers and driftwood, at the ever popular Barn at Dalduff Farm. Our bride wears Maria by Otaduy, a simple lace and dreamy blush tulle gown, The amazing giant macramé dream catcher was handmade by Little Botanica. Unstructured bouquet and table scape featuring succulents and air plants crafted by Floral Menagerie. The striking cake with hand made edible flowers to compliment the bouquet courtesy of the extremely talented Edwina at Rosewood Cakes. Our stationary and invites are from Emillie Rose and it was beautifully shot and edited by Tandem Photo. Photography copyright (c) Tandem Photo