Centred around some seriously impressive tipis that were set up in the heart of the picturesque Derbyshire Peak District, this shoot was created to showcase colourful, fun and more abstract wedding styling ideas.
“The inspiration behind the shoot involved tapping into the emerging trend for paint splashes and abstract art and combining this with the concept of upcycling”, said Kimberley of
Peaktipis. “We wanted to re-purpose everyday items to give them a new found use and beauty. The palette was fun, springtime, and candy sweet to contrast with the upcycled elements and also keep a romantic, feminine theme. We also incorporated neon signage as a statement.”
“We wanted to push the boundaries and challenge the stereotypical ‘safe’ wedding themes out there. We wanted to be forward-thinking and to create something that could be a popular wedding trend in future. The beauty of this theme is that the very nature of re-purposing means that brides and grooms would easily be able to emulate what we’ve done.”
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