Chapel St. Leonards, Lincolnshire
It’s nice to have a friend in the wedding industry. Leni from Cermeonies by Leni Robson and I have been seeing theatre together for longer than we’ve been involved in weddings. So when she suggested a Shakespeare related eco-friendly beach elopment wedding shoot, I was straight on board.
These images are inspired by Shakespere’s ‘The Tempest’ which is a story of two young lovers on a deserted island brought together by a terrific storm and a bit of magic. We cast real couple, Holly and Billy, in the roles of Miranda and Ferdinand and took to the beach in Chapel St Leonards for a perfect elopement style shoot.
Leni coordinated lots of great vendors to get involved and I came up with the styling. You can see my original inspiration for this shoot on my Pinterest board. Lots of what we acheived as a team was eco-friendly from locally grown, seasonal, dried flowers from Limewood Flowers to a reloved dress from Bridal Reloved Caistor.
As this shoot took place in the middle of a pandemic, Leni brought the nuptials up to date by introducing a beautiful hand washing ceremony. A bit more romantic than antibac gel!
Afterwards, as I was busy editing, Leni wrote a fantastic blog about what we’d been up to which was published in Unconventional Wedding, check it out here.
Celebrant and concept
Ceremonies by Leni Robson
Photography and styling
Stationery and table design
Bridal Reloved Caistor
Table and chairs
Pretty Vintage Hire
Knot again Jill
Stevie Davies Glass
Jacket and waistcoat
Honour, riches, marriage-blessing, long continuance and increasing hourly joys be still upon you! Juno sings her blessings upon you.
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