Happy Easter Monday, lovelies! Did anyone actually manage an Easter egg? I hope you’ve all had a lovely weekend at home though – and I wanted to share something extra lovely with you to begin the week. A bit of a bank holiday treat, really! Lovely Hayley Jayne Photography submitted this shoot for the blog, and I just adored the look of it all, and the way these fabulous suppliers wanted to promote the work of Brides Do Good – I’ll let Hayley tell you more!
We worked with a remarkable bridal shop who funds projects that empower girls, promote safe education and protects against early marriage. This is something that all the contributors involved with the shoot felt passionate about and are keen to help raise their profile. They provide new, pre-loved and sample designer wedding dresses by partnering with socially conscious brides and brands.
With the world focused on encouraging individuals to be become more socially responsible, we thought a woodland shoot would be a perfect fit due to its natural beauty.
With the help of potted plants, ferns and foliage along with a few locally sourced flowers, we wanted show what can be created whilst being stainable along with the added bonus of reusing key items. The colours used were vibrant pinks, burgundy and beautiful greens that allowed some striking images and for the colours to really stand out.
Photographer – Hayley Jayne Photography https://www.hayleyjaynesphotography.com/
Stylist – Monet Events https://monetevents.co.uk/
Venue – The House, The Venue https://www.thehousethevenue.co.uk/
Bridal boutique – https://www.bridesdogood.com/ (dress used on chair https://beautifulbrides.co.uk)
Florist – Nicky at Flower Creations https://www.nickyhillflowercreations.com/
Stationery – https://socalligraphy.co.uk/
Cake – http://sweetjeelees.co.uk/
Hair / make up https://www.bumblebeebridal.co.uk/
Model – Daisie
Prop Boutique – http://www.thepropboutique.co.uk/