Apr 30, 2017

In February I collaborated on a styled shoot held at the lovely Maidens Barn in Essex. We chose a Rose and Gold whimsical theme and used a variety of suppliers with 2 models. I worked with photographer Sophie Oldamstead (all images on my blog are my own). The results are being featured on popular wedding blog:

Here are the beautiful pictures and list of all involved:

Flowers and event dressing – Olivias Roses

Hair – Michelle Walker Hair 

Makeup – Debbie Lloyd

Cake – Heavenleigh Cakes

Venue – Maidens Barn Essex

Hair Jewellry – Charlotte Rose

Jewellers – Michael Frank Jewellers

Dresses – Julie at Brush Bridal

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