Dreaming of Teepees

I absolutely love helping other business to realise their dreams with some gorgeous business branding photography and this shoot was no exception. Teepee dreams specialises in creating beautiful children’s sleepover parties. When the lovely Katie from Teepee Dreams asked me to do the photography for her branding I was so excited!  Being a mum of 5 children, the thought of a children’s sleepover fills me with absolute dread! So to find there are now people that want to help with this? AMAZING! If only there were companies like Teepee Dreams around when my kids were younger I’d definitely have jumped at the chance of someone else to do some of the hard work. I love how Katie has created so many different themes so parents can really create their child’s dream sleepover!   Boys can be so hard to cater for. But Katie manages to put together some really lovely themes that are a lot less girly. I won’t stereotype and say they are boys themes – my youngest daughter would love them too!  But if we are going for super girly then this unicorn theme has to be the winner, how cute is that?  The inspiration? Katie was inspired […]

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Calligraphy, camera & chickens!

Earlier this year I worked on a branding shoot for Wonderland Invites, a multi-award winning stationer, who create rustic, boho paper loveliness, from invites to table plans. Headed up by Jenna, Wonderland Invites were getting ready to launch their brand new website and wanted brand new imagery to go with it! The purpose was to show off their work and to convey the brand’s style to potential customers. The shoot was styled by Rock the Day Styling, with furniture from Anthology Vintage Hire and florals by A Vintage Wedding. Jenna’s hair and make up artist was the lovely Lisa Alger. The location? Well, just my garden, its a privilige to live in such a lovely place and it certainly makes it easier when scouting for locations!  Aside from that wonderful team, we also had a couple of visitors stop by… Jenna designs all of the stationery and creates bespoke designs, too! I just love the dark and moody pallate that Jenna requested for this shoot, mixing modern and vintage with dappled light and lots of contrast. Just beautiful!  If you would like to see more of Wonderland Invites’ work, head over to their website, I can’t recommend her enough – www.wonderlandinvites.com And of course, if you would like to book your […]

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Orange overload
15th July 2018 by maryann in Weddings 0 Comments

I recently worked with Lucy Can’t Dance on a shoot for their new accessories range, and I love the results so much I wanted to share some shots with you! LCD create quirky, colourful wedding dresses for non-traditional brides. Dip dye is their thing and they love to let brides create exactly the dress they want, offering every colour of the rainbow for dip dye and letting brides mix and match aspects of their wonderful designs to create exactly the dress they want. LOVE. They have recently designed their own range of accessories and welcomed Miss L Fire shoes to the studio, too! All the head pieces in the shoot were designed by Lucy – who models in the shoot – and made by her own fair hands. LCD are all about fun, and their studio is, to put a frankly, mad. They have a tropical theme in the main studio, dinosaurs everywhere and their newly decorated fitting room is covered – COVERED – in orange fur.  With this kind of setting we could only go all in – so we went for house-party-aftermath, with a touch of Austin Powers. We shot the whole thing in the brand new orange shag pile haven – Austin […]

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Good old fashioned liquor

The White Mule Company is a seriously cool mobile bar, specialising in the good stuff – old fashioned liquor. The White Mule Company cater weddings and events in their impeccably converted horse trailer, supplying speak easy style and delicious cocktails wherever they go! I absolutely LOVE the art deco feel of the trailer, so we went for a real twenties feel and Heather, who owns The White Mule Co with her husband, Adam, had the most speakeasy flapper dress that worked perfectly! A shoot at golden hour seemed like the only option for such a beautiful bar and such a beautiful pair. The evening light brought the perfect atmosphere to the images. And we even got some photos of their daughter, Isla, while we were at it – what a cutie! I had a great time working with this wonderful family. It’s always so inspiring to spend time with independent business owners – especially those working on a start-up business. The pride The White Mule Company take in their work is evident from the trailer’s incredible attention to detail, their passion for cocktails and hopefully from these beautiful images! For bookings, visit The White Mule Company’s website.

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