Hosted at the Old Kent Barn, taking on the spirit of the American mid-West, styling inspired by the arid red sandy tones of the Wyoming desert.
Organisers behind the shoot Rebecca Brennan-Brown and Kylie Christie talks us through the inspiration behind the shoot and the local suppliers involved:
"We wanted to take the popular boho trends one step further. The real star of this styling is texture; it was important to make sure that in every image there was a mix of contrasting qualities. From varying heights of grasses to the perfectly placed fur throws, every element added to the depth and movement of the shoot. We used natural cotton branches and faux calf skin as a nod back to the Western design, noted again later in the bride’s cowboy boots.
"Keeping the palette neutral added to the impact throughout this shoot, with the bark table runner echoing the wooden beams, and dried lunaria mirroring the bride’s beautiful porcelain skin. Warm lighting and cool whiskey and cigar bar took the styling into the night."
Photography: Olegs Samsonovs Photography
Bridal fashion: Jeska from the Bridal Boutique of Jules provided three beautiful Catherine Deane dresses.We were also so lucky to have some of Sandra Sophie’s environmentally conscious luxury bespoke accessories brought in on the day by Jeska. On top of all this Iconic Jewellery provided some beautiful rings and pendants for the bride and groom.
Flowers: Moody Blooms created all the dried flower decor, stunning pampas grass crowns which were adored by everyone and the desert look hand tied bridal bouquet witch would be every bohemian couples dream.
Concept and Styling: Rebecca Brennan-Brown and Kylie Christie
Props: The Little Wedding Warehouse, the fabulous husband and wife team, provided all the bohemian furniture props.
Videography: RKN Aerial
Beauty: Make Up Artist Lauren Milton and Hair Stylist Karlie Alton
Cake: Rebakers created the most beautiful cake decorated with dried flowers
Stationery: Heather Corthine Design
Venue: Old Kent Barn
Posted on 28th April 2021 by Megan Goodwin