The Jan/Feb edition of Rock n Roll Bride magazine was titled ‘All in the Details’, and was about all those little extra details that can make your wedding really special. So, for the editorial and cover shoot we wanted to create something full of beautiful and unexpected flourishes, which also evokes the feeling of a fresh new year.
Inspired by spring colours, our fashion team used things like embellished gloves, unusual headpieces and embroidered veils to accessorise. Make-up artist,
Shani, used lilac, blue and mint as her palette while hairstylist, Dayna, kept our model’s locks sleek and stylish, adding a fun twist with some stick-on pearls in her fringe for the final look of the day.
Hackney Town Hall (where Rock n Roll Bride Live will be taking place on May 14th – have you got your tickets yet!?) was the perfect backdrop for this idea. Although it has a neutral aesthetic which can be dressed up with things like personalised decorations or creative floral displays, it still manages to have tons of character.
Dress: Fairy Tong London // Headpiece: Awon Golding // Shoes: Public Desire
Dress: Whistles // Gloves: Claude Bridal Studio // Shoes: Daisy Street // Hair Clip: Primark
Suit: Not Another White Dress // Hat: Claude Bridal Studio // Shoes: ASOS // Earrings: Stylist’s Own
Dress: Ritual Unions // Headband: The Lucky Sixpence x Lucy Can’t Dance // Earrings: Stylist’s Own
Dress: Temperley London // Headpiece: Ashley Wild Bridal // Shoes: Public Desire
Dress: Ritual Unions // Veil: Meadow Sweet Bridal // Shoes: Daisy Street
This shoot originally appeared in Rock n Roll Bride magazine,
issue 48 (Jan/Feb 2023). Our current issue is now on sale, or why not subscribe so you never miss one? UK postage is free and we ship worldwide.
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