Last summer we collaborated with a phenomenal team of wedding professionals to create an inspirational shoot with a modern take on the much loved classic Alice in Wonderland. We are so thrilled to have the results of this inspiring shoot featured on the pretty pages of Wedding Magazine in their April/May issue, which hit the newsstands today. The editorial wedding photography showcasing everyone’s fabulous work is part of Wedding Magazine’s themed shoot supplement, featuring a range of inspirational shoots with suggestions of how brides can bring the themes into their own wedding day. Thank you to the fantastic team at Wedding Magazine for creating such a fabulous publication to be part of.
Editorial Wedding Photography: The Details
Wedding stylist Kathryn of Notebook Weddings conceptualized and styled the shoot creating many of the inspirational elements by hand, with wedding florist Clare of Girl Flower providing all the stunning floral elements for the day. The result was a modern colour pallete with vintage style. The beautiful formal gardens of one of our favourite Cotswold wedding venues, Lower Slaughter Manor, was the perfect outdoor setting for the shoot. Aunt Julie’s Bakery created a stunning themed cake that really captured the Alice in Wonderland whimsy. Bespoke stationery by Paper Partridge and gorgeous vintage china by Miss Emmelines tied all the elements together perfectly. To bring the concept to life we had our wonderful model for the day Emily in a beautiful Stephanie Allin dress and Magpie Vintage hair piece all from The White Rose Bridal Boutique. We loved working with this amazing team of wedding creatives and are so proud of what we all created.
Thank you again to all the talented individuals who made up the creative team on the day:
Concept & Styling: Notebook Weddings, Venue: Lower Slaughter Manor, Florist: Girl Flower, Wedding Cake: Aunt Julie’s Bakery, Bridal Boutique: The White Rose Bridal Boutique, Dress is ‘Sofia’ by Stephanie Allin, Headdress by Magpie Vintage, Vintage China Hire: Miss Emmelines, Paper goods: Paper Partridge Model: Emily Griffin, Photography: Weddings by Nicola & Glen