Last year I worked with my favourite florist (who has become a dear friend) Steph from Fairy Nuff Flowers on a 70s Bridal shoot, at the time we just wanted to do something a little different, a little creative and incorporate the 70s vibe that was around. Flowers were to feature heavily, instead of jewelery or tiaras Steph created daisy chains and used flowers like Carnations and Gypsophila (oh so retro) but giving them a current look. We teamed up with Hayley AKA Mrs Scoops and Betty – the coolest ice cream van ever, who arranged we use her friend’s gorgeous garden for our location (thank you Suzy & Greg).
The wonderful Jo Fleming provided all the dresses except for the original 70s lace one with incorporated train (Steph’s mum lent us that – thank you!), Katy was on make-up and Cassandra on hair. And our gorgeous models were Lisa and Annabel
We had the most amazing day, great weather, fabulous team of people and it was just so much fun, after the garden shoot, the models, Steph & I headed to the nearest rape seed oil field and had a blast. This shoot was featured at the time on RocknRoll Bride and Kat used so many images that I felt blogging it myself at the time would be overkill and I intended to post it later in the year. With wedding season being what it was (hectic) I never did but I love these images and I loved being part of this collaboration and I just wanted to thank everyone again who was involved. Thank you!
Steph and I (with the help of Andrea) have our creative hats on again for another shoot happening in March – watch this space 😉
Flowers: Fairy Nuff Flowers
Dresses Jo Fleming Design & Original Vintage (Steph’s Mum)
Betty The Ice Cream Van: Vintage Scoops
Make Up: Make up by Katy
Hair: Cassandra Rizzuto
Models: Lisa & Annabel