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A Modern, 1960’s Style Bridal Shoot…

Vintage Wedding inspiration With A Modern Twist…

Today we’re bringing you a gorgeous creative project put together by one of our suppliers, Natalie at Curious Fair, and the wonderful Kiki from Chosen Wedding Fair and The Hub. It’s also great to see a handful of other MMU suppliers featuring including HEY Style Hire, Rock the Frock Bridal Boutique and Wilden Bride!

This vintage inspired bridal shoot took place at The Art Pavilion in Mile End; a blank canvas flooded with tonnes of natural light – beautiful! With a muted, contemporary colour palette, unique homeware pieces and lots of sweet treats, this shoot is as girly and fun as they get!

Over to Natalie and Kiki to tell us more about this creative shoot…

Natalie from Curious Fair…

I wanted to create a fresh take on the theme, using contemporary trends to create a dreamy, slightly surreal look. The shoot is based around the relationship between a bride and her best friend, girls just having fun before the guests arrive.

Looking back at sixties design we picked out iconic shapes & imagery, muting the colour palette to give it a fresh look. We love sourcing unique items and introducing our couples to our favourite suppliers and Chosen Wedding have a selection of incredibly talented contacts through the Chosen Wedding fairs who together we

Unique 60’s Shoot at a Chateau in France…

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Photography by Rebecca Douglas

A Retro Bridal Shoot…

I was sent this colourful bridal shoot by photographer Rebecca Douglas who put together this shoot in a gorgeous Chateau.  A big group of fun, creative bridal folk took the trip over to France to work on this project including Mr & Mrs Unique suppliers Skinny Boy Weddings and Bubblegum Balloons.

Here Rebecca tells us a bit about the shoot…

When I booked Chateau Neuvillette, I could see how amazing the floor in the dining rooms was in the images and this inspired the use of geometric monochromes.

Looking at colour trends in weddings, more and more bold colours are shining through and I could see from fashion trends for 2015 that this is set to continue. So, Jenny at Bellaboo and Beau and I chose a bold palette of Kelly Green, Marigold, Hyacinth and Sunkist Coral which really popped against our monochromes. 

I love the invites that Whippy Weddings created and the epic macaron cake designed and made by Liz at Sylvia’s kitchen. Our goldsmith, Ami Blastock Jewellery created a bespoke range of geometric shaped jewellery for the shoot and a totally stunning head chain for the boho look.

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Anemone Blue Florist focused on colour popping bouquets, with the initial bouquet being simple in design, reflective of 60s wedding florals and then created a gorgeous 

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