Mish-Mashed & Eclectic Bridal Inspiration

I have three words for you – Giant. Paper. Flowers.

I know…amazing. I’ve actually got two blog posts going up today featuring them. How lucky are you!? There will be a stop-you-in-your-tracks-drop-dead-gorgeous real wedding up this afternoon, but let’s kick the day off with this stunner of a brightly coloured, mish-mashed and ever so eclectic bridal shoot.

“I wanted to create a bridal shoot which wasn’t too ‘wedding-y’ and based upon the idea that things look better (to me at least!) when they clash, and don’t really match”, wedding photographer Sally T Photography told me. “I love chaos, colour and pattern… when everything looks a little bit thrown together, instead of everything matching and looking too thought out. I’ve done a fair few shoots in the past but really wanted to create one of my own which would reflect what I was really into as well as using some amazing suppliers I’ve met along the way. It was to be eclectic, colourful, mixed up, clash-y, strong dark plum lipstick, flicked eyeliner, messy hair, vintage dresses and vintage accessories, all set up in the lounge bar and reception of the Tontine Hotel.”

“I’d worked with model Nathalie before. She is a burlesque model with long auburn hair and huge eyes. I thought her look would really contrast our second model, Olivia’s, english rose complexion and blonde hair – they looked so fab next to each other and were both amazing all day. I also knew the hotel would be perfect with its jewel colours and eclectic decor, plus I’d heard they’d just had a leopard print carpet laid in the reception and needed to check it out!”

Gorgeous! Thank you to the whole team (credited below) for sharing these today.

Supporting Cast:

Photography Credit: Sally T Photography
Venue: Tontine Hotel
Dresses: Vintage Vogue, eBay and etsy
Headpieces: What Katy Did Next
Vintage Accessories: Vintage Vogue
Nails: Nancy Loves Nails
Models: Olivia Thurrell & Nathalie Johnson
Hair: Vintage Tinsel
Cupcakes: Daisy Cupcakes
Crockery: The Olde Young Teahouse
Cushions & Props: Thimble and Bobbin

6 comments

  1. Paulette Loren

    I like it! Very natural, not overdone. Some lovely ideas and fab photography.

  2. Gemma

    They are some of the loveliest paper flowers I have seen – were these inspired by a particular tutorial or set of instructions?

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