This luxury London wedding styled shoot is going to take your breath away!

At the beginning of the year, a team of very talented suppliers came together to create a luxurious wedding setting. This backdrop is aimed at inspiring any potential bride who is looking to have a lavish London wedding. You will observe that no detail has been overlooked. The styling of the whole shoot was incredibly elegant.

The Suppliers

Lucy from Wiskow and White is the wedding planner who took care of the styling on the day. With the help of Beth, they picked every detail carefully. They also made sure every detail fitted elegantly with the grand and atmospheric venue.

Holy Trinity Bow Heritage and Arts Centre is an impressive renovated church space located in East London. The majesty of the space, its pastel colours and its impressive windows gave the space so much character.

Roberta from The Good Florist really has an eye for the most delicate flowers that will create a modern and elegant look. While the arresting flower cloud gave the whole set up some majesty, the soft colour palette of the flowers on the table really added this je-ne-sais- quoi that brought this table styling to a new level.

Bridal gowns: The bridal shop Amare Bride provided us with a variety of bridal gowns fit for any fashion forward bride. Long flowy materials, oversized sleeves, bare backs, elegant lace front… Capturing so much variety was so exhilarating! 

The stationery: Vine in the Wild did the table stationery with some embossed designs on the menus that immediately elevate the table setting.

The hair and make up: The models hair were done by luxury hair stylist Viktoria S. Toth and the make up by bridal make up specialist Cassandra Lusi.

To sum up, styled shoot are an effective way for a photographer to practise their creativity in an environment with no pressure. The skills acquired during this shoot will be invaluable to capture any luxury London wedding! So if you're looking for artistic and modern pictures for your London wedding, hola at me!

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