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Industrial Monochrome & Pretty Floral Bridal Inspiration…

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What a cracking way too start the week!! Just check out out this bridal shoot put together by new Mr & Mrs Unique members All Things Borrowed. With the black and white industrial backdrop of The Holt (this place looks awesome), the copper & mirrored flower pots, a stunning black cake, a unique bar and tons of pretty wedding flowers, you’ll have plenty to swoon over!

I love the fact they have taken a empty event space and filled it with so much style, colour and gorgeous wedding inspiration.  Over to Hannah to tell us more about the shoot…

Hannah From All Things Borrowed…

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We absolutely love anything and everything with an industrial edge so when we came acrossThe Holt, a recently converted change of use into a café/ event space, we knew we had to have it for one of our shoots. Its filled lots of gorgeous natural light and has real moody attitude and urban charm. Our furniture, florals and style teams up perfectly with the raw setting. Have you seen those dark textured walls?!

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We knew that creating some stand out florals with a mix of velvety red and berry tones with pops of soft peach and vibrant orange would create the impact we was after. We seem to have a continued copper obsession

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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