Updated: Apr 6
Kristen stated 'When the announcement was made that wedding would be limited further from 30 guests down to 15 it became my priority to inspire an uplift not only my couples but couples all over the country as to their new wedding plans. I wanted to create a shoot that would get them excited for their small weddings, even if it was something they never planned for'.
Location One - Marylebone, Old Town Hall
'I used to work less than 5 minutes away from the Marylebone old town hall and instantly knew it would be the perfect backdrop for this shoot! It's so beautiful and looks like many of the grand, larger and expensive wedding venues however is a register office made for small weddings, it can’t get better than that!
For the design motifs of the shoot I wanted to keep it very sleek and simple, city sheek if you will. When I asked Sara to produce an all white bouquet I knew i was asking a lot and I have to say she was apprehensive however when she suggested bringing in the use of dried flowers I knew we were onto a winner. The mixture of tones and textures was exactly what we needed to create something really unique and dynamic but that would sit with the over all clean and sleek tone'.
Location Two - Covent Garden
'As for the second location this is where I wanted to have a bit more fun, I chose covent garden as a backdrop as it still in keeps with the classy London motif but has a lot more different, young installations to work with! I was set on this idea of the jumpsuit as this is something I’m seeing more and more from city brides and I wanted to bring this idea to brides who are now reconsidering all areas of their wedding, therefore their choice of outfit as well!'
This shoot was filled with joy, love and happiness, check out the inspiration by Kristen below!
The Little Details
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Shoot Planner + Photography: @kristenkatephotography
Bridal Wear: @birdcagebridalboutique
Hair and Makeup: @ema.bridal
Thanks so much for reading,
Beth and Amy xxx