Tuesday, 29 May 2012

A Woodland Photoshoot

Back in January, I worked alongside my favourite photographers Christian and Erica at Christian Ward photography to create a woodland styled photoshoot.
The aim for me was to use lovely seasonal flowers and foliages available in the middle of winter , and apply these to bridal flowers - wedding bouquets, buttonholes and particulary hairflowers - a trend which we are seeing more and more coming back into fashion (yay!) 
I am so pleased with the images, i hope you like them too. I have listed below each, the materials i used to give you inspiration for your big day.
Thankyou very much to all the talented people who worked with me on this. Please make sure you check out their details at the bottom of this post...  

Bouquet - muscari, varieties of eucalytus bound in hessian.
Wired Headress - Almond blossom and waxflower

Bouquet - entirely made out of foliages! Great for an outdoor wedding, country wedding, humanist ceremony . Foliages include bluplerum, scabiosa seedheads, eucalyptus, olive

Pomander ball - roses, phalenopsis orchids, astrantia, scabiosa on suede ribbon

Bouquet - roses, syringia, spray rose, viburnum, scabiosa seed heads

Bouquet - hyacinth, stocks, lily of the valley
Backdrop - phalenopsis orchids, amaranthus

Buttonhole - wired hyacinth pips

Hair - wired spray roses
Bouquet - see earlier

Buttonhole - Lisianthus tied with string

Buttonhole - spray roses
Haircomb - green fashion rose
Bouquet - see earlier

Wired Headress - roses, syringia, viburnum .
I. think. this. is. very. cool.  

Headress - rannuculus, viburnum berries on twine
Pomander ball - see earlier

Haircomb - green fashion rose, pittosporum

Hair - wired spray roses
Buttonhole - hyacinth pips

Headress - almond blossom and waxflower

Credits -
Flowers - Blossom Tree ( of course ;)  
Makeup - Sheelagh Powell
Jewellery - Flo and Percy

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