Bold & Tropical Bohemia – Styled Wedding Photography

I’m going to start by saying that I don’t normally photograph styled wedding shoots.. Thinking about it now, this is probably only the second one I’ve covered in the last 3 or 4 years.  However, after a few chats with the lovely Jo from the TWIA’s East of England award winning wedding planning team One Curious Dream about her fabulous ideas, I opted to make a bit of an exception…

Styled Wedding shoots are a fantastic way to showcase the incredible suppliers that form the backbone of the Norfolk Wedding industry – they’re an opportunity to bring an amazing team of dedicated wedding businesses together, free from all the usual constraints & challenges that come with real weddings, to focus on creating something extra awesome.

When Jo and I first started talking about the shoot, the plan had been to shoot in a simply stunning barn on the Norfolk coast. With 3 days to go before the date however, the forecast changed somewhat to sub-zero temperatures and snow – leading us to have a bit of a re-think and relocate to a somewhat unusual setting; a disused office space in the centre of Norwich!

With a crack team of suppliers on-board and shooting alongside the awesome Mike Savory for some behind the scenes footage, the results truly speak for themselves.

As a quick role call:  Styling & Props were all courtesy of Jo & her fabulous team from One Curious Dream; Lydia from Rambling Rose Florists handled the flowers & foliage walls; Brooke from Boho Beauty Box looked after hair & make-up for our model, Brittany Dixon; Bekka from B’s Bakes provide some of her sublime cakes; Halfhitch macramé supplied chair backs & mandalas; beautiful calligraphy from Mango Tree London and dresses were from Lucky Sixpence Bridal.

All I can really add is that I hope you love the results as much as we all do!

Bold, unusual, colourful & very much bohemian wedding… done!

Get in touch if you fancy a chat about your own awesome plans; for your own big day, or if you want to collaborate on creating something stunningly special 🙂

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