I love styling shoots and this is one of the most adventurous we have done. Packing all our bits into the backs of cars we headed off to the beach with our fingers crossed for the sun. On arrival we were met with a beautiful but slightly busy beach, after dodging the groups of people we got to setting up and creating a beautiful setting with the sand dunes as a back drop.
As a collective I work with a few different photographers and the lead photographer on this shoot Terri submitted her images to Rock My Wedding, her shoot is available here – http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/bridal-inspiration-from-camber-sands/
I thought it would be lovely to share with you images from a couple of the other photographers.
The shoot started with a rustic palette table set amongst the sand dunes, mini cactus and succulents adorned the table which was decorated with a sequin table runner and metallic glass candle sticks, the key colours were blues bought in with the cushions and blue rimmed plates, peach and blush pink flowers and small hints of lace.
I am a huge fan of tipis and I loved this cute little lace one decorated with peonies. and set against a backdrop of shepherd crooks filled with blue and violet toned flowers.
Our bride looked stunning with a fishtail plait, perfect for a windy beach, it was topped with a flower crown in subtle peach tones which is a must for any summer wedding, her simple strapless dress was elegant and the textured bodice provided the perfect amount of detail. Our handsome groom wore deck shoes, a bow tie and braces, he was epitome of cool. Don’t they make a stunning couple!
To finish the shoot off we managed to bag ourselves a horse (ow yes in true beach paradise style we found this handsome gent enjoying a gallop along the sea edge with his lovely rider). The finale to this shoot doesn’t get any better! What a perfect day!
Photography copyright: www.nikkismoments.com
Make Up: www.facebook.com/makeupbymackenziekate
Styling: Little old me! (The White Emporium)
Flowers: Wood View Floral Designs – firstname.lastname@example.org