As the brand-new issue of the magazine is now available for pre-order (
did you grab yours yet?) we thought we’d share a few more of our favourite shots from the current issue’s editorial shoot, many of which didn’t make the final spread.
We absolutely LOVED shooting Gemma and Renee from
Zebedee Talent Management and we’re excited to share even MORE of their stunning faces with you today.
When we put together the looks that both Gemma and Renee wore, we were careful to choose items which the girls could actually comfortably wear if this was their wedding days. There was no point putting Renee is a big dress while in her chair as it would get caught in her wheels, and giving Gemma something with a long sleeve would hang awkwardly beyond her elbow!
When you’re disabled, planning a wedding can feel even more daunting than usual, especially when it comes to figuring out what to wear. With this dreamy editorial we wanted to give you some fun options that still scream Rock n Roll Bride through and through.
You deserve to feel like your most fabulous self on your wedding day, no matter what your body looks like!
If for some reason you’ve been sleeping for two months and missed grabbing your copy of issue 38,
you can still order one here.
Dress: Chotronette // Rings: Anna Fine Jewellery
Dress: Chotronette // Shoes: Sophia Webster // Headband: Saint Beth
Dress: Lucy Can’t Dance // Headpiece: Cutture // Rings: Anna Fine Jewellery
Dress: Winifred Rose // Boots: Wedding Converse // Headband: Saint Beth // Rings: Anna Fine Jewellery
Dress: Willowby by Watters via Heritage Brides, Hatfield // Earring: Ninka Pop // Rings: Anna Fine Jewellery
Dress: Halfpenny London // Shoes: Sophia Webster // Earrings, Chocker & Bracelet: Tyes by Tara // Rings: Anna Fine Jewellery
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