As you may have noticed i like to mix things up every now and again and do something a little different! Last year we had the Steampunk Bridal Shoot and this year is no exception.
I decided to do a Day of the Dead styled bridal shoot incorporating the Mexican theme. I love the wild bright vivid colours and the pretty feminine look despite having the face painted with skull like imagery. I want to show everyone out there in wedding land that you can do something a little different or have lots of colour within your day without it being overpowering.
I chose Rhinefield House because i love this venue, obviously it was our wedding venue and it just really fit in with the whole look i wanted to create. I would recommend the venue til the cows come home.
Im very lucky that already, Hampshire Bride magazine have published this shoot on their website for me, only a few weeks after the shoot itself!
So.. i thought i'd do a blog so all you guys out there could see what we got up to down in the New Forest a little while back.
A massive thanks to the venue for allowing us free reign.. Rhinefield House Hotel (where i got married! thank you Katie, you're a star) plus a huge thanks to the following people.
Dave Western Couture Bridal for the amazing dresses
Edwina Sleat - Angels Weddings for the outstanding silk flowers
Steph Dodds Make Up for the out of this world face make up (this shoot wouldnt have happened without Steph)
Jenny the Hairdresser
Plus the amazing models Channon Kail, Chloe Brown, Beth Farmer & Meg Farmer