Fine Art Wedding Boutique 2016
As founder of the Fine Art Wedding Boutique it was important to me to develop a strong brand identity for the business, as well as forging relationships with all the fabulous wedding suppliers that make up the boutique’s directory and shop pages.
Key to defining our look and purpose was the establishment of our bi-annual look book shoots. These shoots needed to not only gain us publication on the right blogs and in magazines, but also provide opportunities for our members to work together, get to know each other and strengthen the fine art community in the UK by creating opportunities to collaborate.
The look book shoots are particularly challenging because we try to have as many as possible suppliers on board, rather than keeping it to a minimum of specifically chosen products for a shoot (the normal way that I would approach an editorial project).
It was rewarding to fully celebrate the Autumn season rather than keeping the look more general, and I particularly enjoyed styling the tiny details like the harvest vegetables, hand-turned wooden pieces, and rings. It is definitely more of a challenge to get these aspects right on a large shoot, when the focus can be on overall bridal looks.
Client | Fine Art Wedding Boutique
Date | Autumn 2016
Skills | editorial design, styling, management and co-ordination
Blog Posts on BLOVED Blog & Love My Dress
Photography: Bowtie & Belle Photography
Floral Design: Bramble & Wild
Stationery: Gemma Milly
Hair & Make Up & Accessories: Victoria Fergusson Accessories
Model: Alexa Taylor
Silk Ribbons & table Linens: Kate Cullen
Venue: Dowry House
Cake: Vanilla Pod Bakery
Tableware: Classic Crockery
Knitwear: Kelly Spence
Wooden Items: Thorne & Anchor
Lingerie: Brighton Lace