‘Lola the Bird’: An Art Deco Photo Shoot
November 23, 2011
This beautiful shoot was set up by headpiece designer
Natasha Jane to promote her amazing ‘Lola the Bird’ headpiece (I’ve seen it in real life and it is an amazing piece, I’d love to see a real Rock n Roll Bride wearing it!)
The shoot took place at the UK’s oldest cinema, Birmingham’s
Electric Cinema, which has been open for over 100 years. The art deco cinema is even available to hire for weddings so it really was the perfect venue to show off this new wedding collection.
Model Anna wore two stunning dresses, the first cream ruffled skirt and dress from
The Wedding Club; and the second black dress by Justin Alexander.
Thank you to Natasha and the whole team for sharing this beautiful shoot with us.
Venue: The Electric Cinema, Birmingham
Headpiece: Natasha Jane
Cream Dress: from The Wedding Club
Black Dress: Justin Alexander from Caroline Jane Bridalwear
Make Up: Becca Owen
Hair: Creative Team at Hedshed – Ian Gough & Jessica Beech
Model: Anna James
Styling Assistant: Sabrina Gittens
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