If you're looking for inspiration for an interesting theme, something a bit more exciting than just a colour, then look no further than this amazing look book produced by KK Events that I've been involved in this year. You'll see some of my fascinators popping up in the Circus theme as well as the Woodland theme. It was so much fun! Above is one taster photograph for you by the amazingly talented Andy Li featuring the original Doll's Mad Hattery cocktail hat.
The circus theme is an amazing one for those brides who just don't want a white frock! Get creative with your theme and get in touch via my contact page to commission something fascinating to round off your outfit!
I do love a good theme for a wedding, especially if it's a fun one! When Miss to Mrs Magazine advertised this photo shoot, I knew it was going to be especially fun!
The theme: Marie Antoinette...
Well I do love to eat cake.
I think when it comes to a theme, it's easy to get swept away and try to incorporate it into every aspect of the day, but I think with this shoot we tried to show you one extreme to the other, from subtle touches to full on theme!
I created a few pieces to show the variations from subtle theme introduction with a birdcage veil headpiece... to alternative bride with a something blue wool felt cocktail hat with vintage brooch...and a really out there, in your face piece with lillies and roses, pearls and a cameo brooch!
So whether you want to introduce a touch of the extravagant or shock your guests with something really daring, I'd love to design you something truly individual!
For more pictures and information, view Lotty Lollipop's great blog on the Miss to Mrs website
Photographer: Michelle Howard Photography
Make Up Artists: Beautiful You Beautician & MUA & Michelle G make up artist
Hair Stylists: Pin Up Curl & Wedding Hair By Lauren
Dresses: The Dressing Rooms
Vintage Car: Paul Classic Sapphire Williams
Props: The Vintage Teacup Hire Company
Cakes: Sweet lips cakes
Cake Toppers: Lotty Lollipop
Head Pieces: Doll’s Mad Hattery
Bouquets: Heathers Bouquets & Fleurever Designs
Venue: Belgrave Hall.
By chance, one day scrolling through my Facebook news feed, I saw a mention by the lovely Laura at Victory Rolls Hair Parlour that she was putting together a vintage style photo shoot and needed some hair accessories. "Definitely my forte!", I thought and contacted her straight away. I couldn't have hoped for more amazing photos as a result! I loaned Laura some of my sample fascinators and bridal headpieces and she created gorgeous hair and makeup to compliment them. The bouquets were also donated by Alison at Wonderland Weddings who creates bouquets that you can keep forever. These stunning photos were taken by the talented Andy Eathorne Photography and there are more photos still to come by the equally excellent Andy Douglas. The perfect venue was Rothley Court Hotel.
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