Last April I happened to bump into Clare Evers from Blush Rose. We were both exhibiting at the Great Lancashire Wedding Show and we simply loved her floral designs (and luckily she loved our photography too!). You meet a lot of people at wedding fayres and Clare immediately stood out as a very bubbly, positive and very friendly person and we knew we had to work together.
So after a few emails, a few meetings, and endless pins on our ‘secret’ pin board, we decided that we were going to go for a Victorian style wedding shoot. Clare knows loads of people in the wedding industry so we were very lucky and basically left the organising up to her. We both knew what we wanted and Clare knew who to get. And she did an amazing job with getting together the right team for this shoot.
I’ll introduce the very talented team for this shoot before I show you the photos and if you’re getting married I strongly suggest you get in touch with these suppliers as they seriously know their weddings!
Hair was done by the amazing, and again, super friendly Duncan Fisher of L’Hairport.
Make up was done by Kerry Baker who’s pretty fantastic. She seriously knows her stuff.
The dress was from a bespoke range from Legend Bridal Designs which Charlotte and her team designed and made themselves. It’s absolutely gorgeous and I’m so jealous of the amazing talent they have over at Legend Bridal Designs.
The cakes were designed by Vicki Ormerod from Cake Whisk and whilst they were model cakes (i.e. not suitable for eating) I had the joy of tasting some of Vicki’s cakes a few weeks later and all I can say is yummy yummy. Not only do they taste amazing they look beautiful and are designed with lots of tlc.
The stationary was done by Betsy Button who did the best job ever at very short notice, literally days! Definitely someone to seriously consider for your stationary needs.
The photoshoot was styled by Clare from Blush Rose as mentioned above.
The pictures were taken at the Whitaker Museum in Rossendale which is a fantastic place to take your kids or simply to stop off for a bite to eat and admire their lovely museum pieces. Carl and Jackie, two of the directors at the museum, are very passionate and very knowledgable if you want to know more information about the museum.
And then of course there’s us and hopefully the pictures will speak for themselves. And just so I don’t cut ourselves short, we’re pretty friendly too!!!
So enjoy the Romeo & Juliet/Victoriana inspired wedding shoot.