Category Archives: Styled Photo Shoots

An Ode to Love: Soft yet Strong Elopement Shoot

With so many amazing real weddings being submitted to us every day (our readers really do have the BEST weddings!) its very rare that we publish styled photo shoots. HOWEVER, when we laid eyes on this clifftop beauty put together by wedding planner Periesa Oromé and photographer Rebecca Carpenter we were desperate to see more.

Periesa told us all about it, “I called this shoot ‘An Ode to Love’ because I wanted to throw out the bells and whistles that usually come with traditional weddings and focus on the intimacy, and love of the couple. I wanted the couple to do it their way and my aim is to encourage others that’re grappling with the number restrictions and reassure them that it’s totally okay to elope and do things on their own terms.”

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Rainbow Blooms, Neon Signs & D.I.S.C.O: A Colourful Couple Shoot in Paris

If you’ve been following Rock n Roll Bride for all of five minutes, you’ll know that we LOVE all the colourful, rainbow vibes. So, when we laid eyes on this shoot, conceptualised and created by Camille Homsy of Paillettes & Chantilly, we knew we had to share them!

“I wanted to organise an editorial shoot which would be fun and quirky: the meeting between boho and disco”, she wrote. “The meeting of bright and pop colours and natural materials For me it was also essential to shoot a REAL couple. One of my couple who had to postpone their wedding to next year were our models.”

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Moody Modern Meets Glam Rock Wedding Ideas

The pandemic has thrown couples planning their weddings into a tailspin this year and while it’s certainly been anything but smooth sailing, we have been LOVING seeing how you’re all adapting your plans.

This year has certainly made many engaged folks feel like running away from it all and eloping instead, and we are honestly SO here for that! After all, isn’t having an alternative wedding all about creating a day for you anyway? If you’re looking for some new ways to bring the you-factor into your I Dos, then look no further than this moody meets glam inspiration shoot.

With elements such as black leather wrapped vases, metallic candles and florals dusted with a coat of glitter, this shoot shows how really simple elements can be personalised and made just that little bit more special.

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Are You Ready for Love? An Elton John Inspired Editorial for Rock n Roll Bride Magazine

There’s nothing we love more at Rock n Roll Bride than going OTT, extra AF and living your best authentic life, no matter what that looks like to you. This shoot, which we shot just days before lockdown began in March (yes, it’s taken me a long time to getting around to blogging it!) was featured inside issue 32 of the magazine, and while we’d been planning it for a few months, the glitz, glamour and all-round flamboyant extravagance of the theme was actually JUST what we needed to see once the dreaded c-word wreaked havoc with the world!

In times of austerity we need escapism, we need fantasy, and we need motherfucking sequins and enormous bedazzled sunglasses, and Rock n Roll Bride aims to deliver. You’re welcome!

I have to give extra love and props to artist Gabriella Rosie, who loved this shoot so much she created this artwork based on the images. WOW!

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Dress: Lucy Can’t Dance
Shoes: ASOS
Sunglasses: Stylist’s Own
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A Post Apocalyptic Viking Wedding Re-Shoot

After not getting the photos they really hoped for at their actual wedding, Anastasia and Kenny decided to do a shoot to re-stage their day to do just that! They chose Moreton Corbet Castle as the location, Fran Hansen to do the most insane (in a good way) viking inspired makeup on them both and Birgitta Zoutman to take the photos.

“For our ceremony we wanted something from the heart and soul, and we were drawn to waterfalls for the handfasting location”, Anastasia explained. “Our re-shoot was an amalgamation of themes that we both loved, merging the possibility of a post-apocalyptic dystopian future with Norse / Celtic heritage. The idea that if society crumbles, once the electricity fades, the last battery runs flat and the gods of technology abandoned us. Mankind will turn again to the old gods for guidance and protection.”

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