A Styled Honeymoon Shoot with Bygone Betty
When our darling friend Emily from Fishee Designs told us she was going to be teaming up with the likes of Laura Power, Bygone Betty and Oh My Honey for a styled shoot, we instantly knew this was going to be styled shoot that was right up our alley! The teardrop caravans are otherwise known as Betty and Bernard, both perfect for creating a kitsch affordable wedding night. We all know finances have been pretty tight for everyone these last couple of years, but if you are on the lookout for unique ways to spend your wedding night in the UK, these could just be the answer!
Here is what Emily had to say about the shoot…
“We wanted to show new couples that you don’t have to spend a fortune on honeymoons abroad to have fun and add some personality, we know how expensive the big day can become. With just a little bit of styling, the perfect venue you to could have honeymoon snaps just like these!
When Rachel came to me and asked for my help to curate a photo shoot to inspire couples looking for ‘glamping’ ideas, I was immediately excited by the images that sprang to mind and knew this fifties styled honeymoon photo shoot would be perfect for the Bespoke Bride. Bygone Betty is a teardrop retro caravan, a throw back straight off of the fifties, and I knew we could really have some fun with the shoot. We wanted to inspire nostalgic memories of the 1950s with this beautiful retro caravan for those couples out there looking for something a bit different for their honeymoon.
♥ Photography – Laura Power Photography
♥ Tear Drop Caravans – Bygone Betty
♥ Dress – Oh My Honey
♥ Props – Bristol Vintage & Fishee Designs
♥ Make up – Grace Kingsley
Isn’t all just the sweetest! The caravans would be the perfect way to spend your first night together don’t you think?
Much Bespoke Love