When photographer Tatum Reid asked me to be a part of her Rustic Fairytale styled I got super excited when I saw her previous styled shoots. Such beautiful natural work with really exciting ideas and vision. She was calling in some brilliant local suppliers to work on the shoot too, from origami flower making experts Lottie’s Florigami to Local bridal dress designers Sophie and Smith and make-up artist Georgina Suzanne so knew this was going to be pretty special.
You can read more about the direction and inspiration of our ‘A Modern Fairytale’ shoot on B.loved wedding blog and we talk about the decor and how we styled up the two different tablescapes for the shoot. http://www.blovedweddings.com/a-modern-fairytale
I loved being a part of this shoot and got a little over-excited to be featured on another UK wedding blog with our little company. Here are some of my favourites of the shoot that Tatum captured so perfectly.
Would love to know what you think of our shoot at Hales Hall.
Hope you find some inspiration for your own day!
The Little Lending Co. x
Since our new full size Milk Churns arrived at Little Lending HQ we’ve been getting a bit pin happy with anything Milk Churn related. So we’ve put together a few of our favourite ways to fill them for your day. We say the more wild, home-grown and unruly the better. The one filled with cow parsely picked from the roadside that morning has to be the ultimate in rustic & loose foliage for setting your wedding off with a true relaxed vibe from the first moment your guests arrive. What do you think…
(Images Via Pinterest – The Natural Wedding Company, Love my dress, The Garden Gate Flower Co.)
Why stop with Churns…We have metal buckets, pales and jugs if you are really looking to ‘Milk it’.
We just love to collaborate with like minded companies and after meeting the fantastic Julie at Buds in Bloom, I just knew we’d hit it off both personally and creatively through our work together.
We wanted to celebrate the start of spring (and the end of a very long winter) taking to the garden where the daffodils were just starting to show. Through loose and pretty floral mixes in vibrant colours they sat perfectly paired back with some of our new hire items that had been stored away all winter.
Hanging vintage glass bottles or bunting in trees makes for a great backdrop for guests photos or the perfect entrance with some DIY hanging signage too. Its also the debut of our milk churns which really pack some punch full of Julie’s floral decor.
If you missed us on Festival Brides beautiful site last week this post is for you.
We were so thrilled to be featured on a site that really has the best ethos about weddings, its perfect for realxed and and non-traditional brides to be. They have some of the best real weddings around and some pretty awesome ideas and inspirations if you’re looking to do something a little off the beaten path with your day.
Here are just some of my own personal favourites from our Woodland Picnic shoot in Sandringham with the super Talented Darena Stoda of DS Photography and flowers by a lovely local lady at Buds in Bloom.