Monday was a sunny day, the perfect time for a photo-shoot in the tranquil surroundings of Wimborne St Giles. For a small village it boosts two stunning wedding venues, a 16th century church and a grand stately home. So the perfect place for a bride to stay is the luxurious Home Farm House, just a stones throw away from both venues and I was lucky enough to be able to hold my photo-shoot there.
I was joined by some of Dorset's finest wedding suppliers a long with two beautiful models.
Venue: Home Farm House http://www.homefarmhousewsg.com/
Photographer: Adrian Lambert http://www.adrianlambert.co.uk/
Hair and Make Up: Wendy Peart, Saphire Styling http://www.saphirestyling.com/
Dresses: Courtyard Bridal http://www.courtyardbridal.co.uk/
Headpieces: Obviously Me
Flowers: Willow Floristry http://www.willowfloristry.co.uk/
Models: Samantha Shapley and Lauren Heward
As soon as we arrived we were greeted by Jayne and Graham, their hospitality is second to none, Jayne showed us around their wonderful home and business, and it is absolutely breath taking. I would highly recommend it to anyone, whether it is for a relaxing retreat or for a bridal party.
We then got down to work, we had worked out the best space to use, which is a gorgeous landing area, with the most stunning wallpaper. Adrian went off and took some pictures of the surroundings whilst wendy prepped the models, i had quite a selection of pieces to get through, some new ones and a couple of my favourites.
Anyway i won't bore you anymore as i think you will agree the pictures say it all, thank you everyone involved and i can't wait for the next one in April.
The beautiful Sam, clutching my brooch bouquet, i love the vintage suitcases.
One of my new pieces, being shown off in Wendy's creative hairstyle
We did have plenty of tea breaks!
That has to be an element of fun!
Look at that beautiful space.