A short while ago Jo Bradbury approached me to join a group of fellow wedding vendors and collaborate on a wedding photo shoot at The Midland in Morecambe. I jumped at the chance and donated a few pieces of stationery to compliment the beautiful costal venue that boasts a relaxed Art Deco elegance. It was great fun and so lovely to work with such talented people, thanks again Jo your photographs are truly beautiful!
As there were a handful of different looks and settings from the day I’ve decided to split them up across a few posts and I will be sharing a few of my personal favourites over the next week.
I love this bridal look so much – relaxed hair, simple make up, a pretty head band, a delicate cover up with a tulle skirt…heaven!
I hope you love these photos as much as I do and find a little inspiration for your day too.
THE TALENT –
Photography Jo Bradbury Wedding Photographer
Stationery Emma Jo Stationery
Venue The Midland, Morecambe
Dresses The Wedding Boutique Knutsford
Lace Shrug, Veils and Jewellery Bride Sew Beautiful, Bury
Vintage Style Headdresses HF Couture, Yorkshire
Hair and Make up Amanda Jones
Flowers Wild Orchid, Buxton
Shoes Roland Cartier
At Emma Jo I have the opportunity to work with a variety of talented people, and it just so happened that the end of last year saw our wedding stationery being photographed by the award winning photographer, Ian Johnson.
Ian’s wedding photographs are beautifully simple and truly timeless. Every wedding is unique and Ian’s approach totally emulates this sentiment. He captures the emotion and story behind the couple’s special day beautifully and with his relaxed style allows the couple and the guests alike to be themselves as he captures those special moments.
Personally, I just adore Ian’s cinematic style, the colourations, exposure and of course the vintage feel makes them a winner!
I was absolutely delighted when I heard that Ian was to be the photographer at Ruth and Fraser’s wedding at St. Pauls Cathedral and afterwards at One Great George Street, for which I had the pleasure of designing the couples Menus. Ruth and Fraser chose the design from the Rosalind Collection, incorporating a personalised motif of their names which was the perfect choice to compliment the elegant surroundings. I also had the chance to design the artwork for their stunning table plan. Beautifully shot by Ian, this interactive design incorporated framed portraits of famous British figures such as Florence Nightingale and Lord Nelson suspended from the banister above by pretty white ribbons as guests found their own place.
One Great George Street
Guests finding there tables with their individual name cards.
To view even more stunning wedding photography by Ian Johnson visit his website www.ianjohnsonphoto.com