We adore this regional shoot on page 81 of the current issue!
Wigan-based florist Sarah McCaig from Olive Owl Flower, said: “We chose The Gaddum as the backdrop for our images because of its quirky style and beautiful grounds. For the blooms, I wanted to create arrangements that complemented the décor. I incorporated toffee roses in soft pinks, peaches and greens.”
The make-up was done by Laura-Louise Makeup Artist. “Laura used soft corals on our model's eyelids,” explains Sarah. “She added lashes, a Charlotte Tilbury bronzer and two lip colours.” Charlotte Elizabeth's Hair & Beauty Room styled the model's locks “Charlotte was inspired by the 1920s and opted for two different looks,” shares Sarah. “She chose soft, loose curls and an up do.”
The gorgeous dress was provided by Miss He, and Emma Ryan Photography captured the images.
Where The Ribbon Ends created the cake. “The team loved the moodboard,” says Sarah. “They constructed a design that fit the venue's classic décor perfectly.”
The stationery was made by Ever After Paperie. “The invitations were mute tones with loose botanical illustrations finished with a vellum wrap and wax seal,” shares Sarah.
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Photographer | Emma Ryan Photography | www.emmaryanphotography.co.uk
Venue | The Gaddum | www.thegaddumrestaurant.co.uk
Make-up artist | Laura-Louise Makeup Artist | www.lauralouisemakeupartist.co.uk
Hair stylist | Charlotte Elizabeth's Hair & Beauty Room | www.facebook.com/charlotteelizabethhairandbeautyroom
Creative director and flowers | Olive Owl Flower | www.oliveowl.co.uk
Dress | Miss He | www.miss-he.com
Cake | Where The Ribbon Ends | www.wheretheribbonends.com
Stationery | Ever After Paperie | www.everafterpaperie.com
Model | Heather Ellison-Jones