13 Nov ‘An Edgy Multicolured Industrial Styled Shoot’ on Festival Brides blog
Earlier this Autumn we collaborated with some fab wedding industry creatives on a photo shoot with an industrial edge at Lambert’s Yard in Leeds. I have been desperate to share these photos and finally I can as our Photo Shoot was featured on Festival Brides blog this week and Loco Magazine.
Photo shoots are a great opportunity to have a go at something you’ve always wanted to try and never had commissioned. Bethany of Mode20, our stylist, was definitely keen to shake things up a bit and let us create some challenges. Bethany’s brief was bold and I could tell from the beginning this was going to be a fun, creative and a different shoot to the norm.
There were some great looks and it was definitely a team effort. Our photographer, Ryan from Shutter Go Click, (amongst becoming an expert in hanging carnations with fishing line!) captured the scenes and vibe of the shoot with such individual style.
The cakes by Keiron George were out of this world. They looked incredible and were melt in the mouth delicious! We were allowed to demolish them after the shoot!
The full team line up is listed below including the fantastic hair stylist Bal, super talented make up artists Emma Worrall and Lauren Curtis and gorgeous dresses from Lulu Mae Bridal. Here is peak at some of the photos; for the full photo shoot if you haven’t already, head over to Festival Brides and check it out!
THE LINE UP
Styling, Planning & Coordination: Mode20 Events
Photography: Shutter Go Click
Venue: Lamberts Yard, Leeds
Floral Arrangements: Forage and Blossom
Crockery: Whitehouse Event Crockery
Bridal Gowns: Lulu Mae Bridal
Bridal Accessories: Lovely Pretty Things
Suits: Stowers Bespoke London
Decor: The Wedding of My Dreams
Makeup Artist: Emma Worrall and Lauren Curtis
Hair Stylist: Bal Hairdresser
Cake Designer: Keiron George Cake Designs
Videography: Alex Ivory Films
Bride Model: Izzy Cosgrave
Male Model: Phil Rhodes