A 1940’s Parisian Styled Shoot

1940's Parisian Styled Shoot

You may have noticed over the past few weeks that we have been out and about visiting a ton of wedding shows. It is something we try to do every year as not only do we want to tell people about the best shows around but quite frankly we like to have a natter.

The first show we visited this Autumn was the Ellis Wedding Show and this is where we came across the extremely lovable  Lucy G Photography. On her stall was this gorgeous Photo and I was instantly drawn to it.The photo was the result of a collaboration between two fabulous businesses Strange Case Collective and Victoria Rose.

“I loved this shoot so much! We had and incredible team who made an idea I had in my head come to life and make it more amazing than I thought possible, the Neighbourhood Café was a perfect venue and Sophie and Laura from Strange Case Collective made the shoot come alive. The styling from Kerryn of are fantastic models was perfect and helped polished the whole look. My style of photography is very relaxed and informal, I wanted the photography on the day to reflect this and made sure the models had lots of fun”, said Lucy

To my surprise Lucy had never featured it anywhere and I just knew how much our readers would love it so I  kindly asked if we could have the pleasure and luckily for us she agreed! Here is what the ladies had to say about the inspiration behind the shoot…

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