Pearl Bridal Boutique photoshoot

August 3rd, 2011

I’m so pleased that I finally get to share some images I did for Nicole at Pearl Bridal Boutique!

Nicole has a fabulous range of dresses. We couldn’t shoot all of them of course, but Nicole picked out three of her favourites to showcase.

Lilly was the first dress to play out!

Lilly has a tiered organza skirt, a heavily embellished dropped bodice with a sweetheart neckline and lace up back.

….a bit more detail:

The weather had been a bit hit and miss that morning, but luckily we managed to get out in between the odd little rain shower and Alex looked absolutely amazing…..

Melanie was the next dress to get a showing……

Melanie is made from corded lace with a scalloped edge along the bottom of the skirt. It has a strapless bodice, full A-line skirt with a slipper satin sash and come’s in soft champagne.

All the dresses looked fab, but I think the favourite of the day was this 1950’s style dress…..

Carrie is a 1950’s style tea-length dress with a dual skirt, duchess satin bodice with a boat neck line and covered buttons up the back.

….with make-up artist Michelle Sisson and model Alex Outhwaite both involved, all of the dresses really came to life! It was a fab day I want to thank everyone involved.

Further projects are in the pipeline and I’m really looking forward to working with Nicole again!

 

 

Manchester Bridal Boutique…..

July 8th, 2011

It was raining, the sky was grey, and Manchester was looking miserable. Luckily enough Sheryl, of Manchester Bridal Boutique, lived in a converted church.

Sheryl is a wedding dress designer and back in May, along with Michelle Sisson and model Emily Haynes, we did a shoot. The idea was to head out across the road to Alexandra Park and do the shoot there, but unfortunately the Read more »