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Throwback Thursday… A Pink Baroque Bridal Shoot

Pink Baroque Brides…

So this week Mr & Mrs Unique is working on a huge Spring/Summer photo shoot at Aynhoe Park. Im very excited to be collaborating with the very gorgeous and simply magical Alex from The Bijou Bride– that girl knows her wedding stuff!!

So reflecting on other shoots I’ve done in the past, one of my favourites has to be the shoot I did with Heather from Brighton Photo at the Asylum London.

It was an incredible day and we used some awesome Mr & Mrs Unique wedding suppliers for the shoot!

Here’s a snapshot of our Baroque shoot, but if you wish to look back through all of the photos and see all the suppliers that took part, you can do that here... Enjoy! Xx

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Mr & Mrs Unique Baroque Bridal Photo Shoot…

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Photography by Brighton Photo

Pink Baroque Bridal Shoot at Asylum…

We love a good photo shoot at Mr & Mrs Unique. I personally love the creative process of coming up with photo shoot ideas, creating mood boards, the planning and organising… Most of all I love pulling together some amazing Mr & Mrs Unique wedding supplier to take part as I know they always push the boundaries.

I had been speaking with Heather from Brighton Photo for a while about creating a Mr & Mrs Unique Photo shoot together, then email hit my inbox. It was from Heather saying she had found a venue that she would like to work with and was it of interest to me.

The venue in question was Asylum, Caroline Gardens Chapel in Peckham, London. The Chapel despite being called Asylum, was never a home for lunatics, but it actually was a ‘sanctuary’ (old folks home) for retired pub landlords!

With its crumbling interior walls and stained glass windows it offered a real theatrical feel, I was so excited to jump on board with the project.

Immediately it was discussed that a Baroque theme would suit the venue, so I set about creating a mood board that would inspire the suppliers that would work on this photo shoot. I was keen to soften the baroque vibe slightly- bring in colours …