May 3rd, 2018 | Alexis Forsyth
All things floral take centre stage in today’s dreamy styled shoot, which takes place at the picturesque four-acre Lester Meadows, situated on a family-run farm in the heart of Cheshire. It’s a serene setting that’s got outdoorsy feels and rustic charm by the bucket load. And we just know that the boho brides among you are going to be truly inspired!
Led by the talented Becky from Gypsy Rose Vintage – the shoot was a chance to spotlight her stunning new collection of lovingly hand crafted floral crowns and accessories.
Opting for a soft, natural bridal beauty look – think tousled hair, barely-there make-up and teased out buns – Becky’s headpieces complete this relaxed, au naturale vibe perfectly.
Becky brought together a stellar line-up of suppliers, too, each beautifully complementing her boho-inspired vision for the shoot. We’re talking fabulous macramé backdrops, an exquisitely pared back white cake, and the most stunning ethical wedding gowns we’ve ever seen, with a vintage twist, of course. And let’s not forget about the traditional gypsy caravan and adorable pony that feature in the shoot too.
Images by Boho Lane Photography
becky says: The main purpose of the shoot – captured by Boho Lane Photography – was to photograph my Gypsy Rose Vintage spring summer 2018 collection. The theme was bohemian and relaxed, as we wanted to focus the shoot around the traditional gypsy caravan on-site at Lester Meadows.
I was lucky enough to be involved in the opening weekend of Lester Meadows late last year – a brand new outdoor wedding venue in the heart of Cheshire. After attending the launch, I knew I wanted to go back and use the beautiful surroundings for the next campaign shoot for my collection of headpieces, floral wreaths and garlands.
The beautiful dresses that feature in the shoot were supplied by Macclesfied-based The Conscious Bride, who specialise in ethical, sustainable dresses; and also Shikoba Bride – a new bohemian British designed bridal range.
We tried to utilise most of what the farm naturally had to offer, but in terms of extra styling we had Lucy from Little White Attic, who supplied numerous handmade macrame pieces to style the shoot – from a large back drop and canopy to a cake swing.
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