I dreamt about this photo shooting for a long long time.
I guess I learned a very important lesson here: do not judge a book from his cover and you will find truly inspirational gems just around the corner!
Far far away from Central London sparks and glitz, in the leafy West Dulwich The Rosendale Public House stands out with his dramatic building and delicious food. This landmark tavern located in South London was the perfect scenario for my autumnal wedding inspiration shooting.
Magnificent florals were a big part of the decor. Our florist Lucy Lister have done a great job embracing completely my vision. The key element of our long table runner decoration was wild, natural greens matching perfectly the white blooming roses, wax flowers and glass candle holder.
Gracious composition of eucalyptus and white flowers structured the bouquet and buttonhole completing the natural look I was aiming for.
Danae, with all her curls and big glasses, is the sweetest pastry chef I ever know.
She is specialized in bespoke vegan cakes and she prepared for us the lovely wedding lemon cake that you can see below. As she kindly offers it at the end of the shooting I can assure you that not only was beautiful but had also an heavenly soft texture and sublime taste.
The wedding dress by Lisa Lyons Bridal was just meant to be for our whimsical and romantic theme. Blooming in a vaporous & elegant A-line with luxurious embroidery, it hugged Elle’s body in the most delicate way.Hair and Makeup for our couple was flawlessly done by Claudia London and Miriam MakeupArtistry.
The Molten Wedding Ring Company kindly provide us this simple and elegant wedding ring bands making a remarkable statement on our couple’s fingers. This jewellery come from the expert hands of Erin Cox that since 2005 makes unique wedding rings that are ethical, luxurious and timeless with a modern twist.
Credit Photo: Supermint Photography