A Vintage Shoot with Lucy Ledger Designs

If you’re a regular reader of Rock n Roll Bride I’m sure you’ll already be aware of the amazing Emma Case (she shot the image that I’m currently using as my blog header/my ‘Punk Rock n Roll Bride’ shoot) and Lucy Ledger Designs. Lucy makes gorgeously creative vintage-inspired stationary (I’ve also been lucky enough to feature her before as well as meet her in actual real life!) After Lucy saw Emma’s work on Rock n Roll Bride she got in touch asking if they could get together to do a promotional shoot for her vintage stationary company. Hello!? Match made in vintage Rock n Roll heaven or what!?

“A few months ago I was reading your blog and I stumbled across Emma Case and I fell immediately in love with her style of photography” Lucy told me. “It was about that time when I was looking for a unique way to showcase my wedding collection at exhibitions because I felt that Stationery stands were a little samey and unimaginative. I really wanted my brandto stand out and wow people and that’s when I got the idea of asking Emma to do some publicity shots for me. As we exchanged emails we thought it would be fun to incorporate a ‘rock the dress’ style shoot in with it – any excuse to wear my wedding dress (Maggie Sottero ‘Ireland’) again! I got married in the Winter so I thought it would be fab to try the dress in a totally different season and accessorize it differently to create a fresh new ‘look’ that reflected my brand – Rustic and a little bit Boho! So I thought it would be fun to pair it with my fave pair of cowboy style boots! Now I needed accessories. I have met so many amazing suppliers over the last 6 months I thought it might be nice to bring some together for the product shots and to help with my accessories. I approached various different vendors that I admired and was overwhelmed with the response – the generosity of everyone donating products to the shoot was amazing.”

Huge thanks to Lucy, Emma & everyone involved with the shoot (listed below) for sharing this fabulous images with us. If you’re looking for awesome, unique vintage inspired stationary or one of those FAB signs (which can be custom designed) for your wedding (how ace would they be for a photo booth?) be sure to get in touch with the lovely Lucy today!

Credit: Emma Case Photography
Signs: Lucy Ledger Designs
Headband: DC Bouquets
Bracelet: DC Bouquets
Antique jewellery bouquets: DC Bouquets
Painted wooden signs: Giddy Kipper
Cupcakes: Yummyliciou
Flowers: The Blossom Tree
Chinaware: Vintage and Cake
Vintage flower headband: Magpie Vintage
Make Up: Lynsay from Greenfield and Beck


  1. Love this shoot, I know Lucy well and I know how excitted she was before she did it and the results are amazing.
    Lucy looks beautiful, her stationary is amazing and is shown off very well in this shoot…..Emmas photography skills yet again don’t fail to disapoint and great to see some amazing suppliers being used as well!
    Great work everyone! xxxx

  2. Lisa

    Emma Case rocks another photo shoot.
    What a beautiful way of showcasing Lucy’s beautiful designs.

  3. Thank you so much for the lovely comments everyone – it really was a fantastic day – so fun – and Emma is just amazing as what she does! Thanks lovely Kat for blogging this too 🙂 xxxxxxxxx

  4. I am so proud to have had a part to play in this amazing photoshoot – how lucky am I to have helped accessorise the gorgeous Lucy Ledger and her equally gorgeous designs, have my pieces photographed by an outrageously talented photographer and then appear on the website of a wedding blog superstar?!

    Thank you Lucy for inviting me to be a part of your brilliant day – and also to Kat and Emma for including me on their websites! Love you all!!! xxx

  5. Fab shoot I was delighted to supply my vintage china. I just wish I had been there by the sounds of it you all had a ball! yey to all things vintage… yey! x

  6. Paula

    Love this, she looks beautiful – and I am seriously drooling over those bouquets! Never seen anything like that before, what a gorgeous idea. I’m already married but it was very low-fuss, plain-looking etc, and I think I definitely need to do it all over again…xx

  7. Totally rocks! Both did a great job, the photographer and the model. One thing I like about vintage photos, there’s really a story behind them. Job well done! Keep ’em coming!


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