Fine Art Wedding Boutique 2017
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). I relished the opportunity to create a more trend-led modern look, albeit rooted in the timeless fine art style for this shoot – one that would attract the right couples for the boutique’s suppliers – brides who are chic, with a real eye for design and a little more budget to play with.
Client | Fine Art Wedding Boutique
Date | Spring 2017
Skills | editorial design, styling, management and co-ordination
Blog Post on Rock My Wedding – The Goddess’ Garden
Featured in Wedding Ideas Magazine
Photography: Bowtie & Belle Photography
Floral Design: Bramble & Wild
Stationery: Gemma Milly
Hair & Make Up & Accessories: Victoria Fergusson Accessories
Model: Milly B for Gingersnap Model Agency
Veil: Sash + Veil
Napkins: Table To Dine For
Shoes: Love Art Wear Art
Ring Box: La Petit Box
Cookies: Didis Cookies
Silk Ribbons: Kate Cullen
Venue: Cornwell Manor
Cake: Curtis & Co Cakes
Cutlery: Vintage Gold China