Rocking the Boho Look - the story behind our latest front cover and the Great Northern Wedding Show
We created a styled wedding shoot which featured a bride & groom who each had their own individual style that didn’t necessarily conform with a ‘traditional’ wedding image. A bride that was just as comfortable in her Converse as she was her Christian Louboutins, and a groom who was just as much an integral part of the styling as his bride; what with his vintage car, just about to whisk them away on their honeymoon, and not forgetting Man’s Best Friend… who was, in this case, Coco!
We wanted a location which was rich in rural & rustic charm and opted for the beautiful Lancashire Village of Sawley, complete with its very own Abbey Ruins. Red Floral Architecture created gorgeous backdrops combining cascading bouquets with flowing organic greenery, all expertly blended into the surrounding countryside.
Our wedding gown was part of the Ivory & Co Separates Collection, very much on trend with stunning bodices and separate skirts allowing brides to find the perfect mix and match combination. Bridalwear by Emma Louise provided our gown and completed the Boho look with a selection of boleros creating a soft, feminine style.
Finally, our model’s look was perfected by makeup artist Kerry Baker and hair stylist Carly Ryan.
The Dress: Our model wore Cascada Skirt, Marianne Bodice, Jewel Noir Bolero and also Japonica Bolero with Lady Jane Sash, all by Ivory & Co from Bridalwear by Emma Louise www.emmalouisebridal.co.uk
Photography: Mick Cookson Photography
Red Floral Architecture
Vintage Car: The Lovebus Wedding Company
Videographer: In Love Wedding Films www.inloveweddingfilms.co.uk
Models: Partners Su & Louis with their adorable Patterdale Terrier, Coco