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Beautiful styled shoot for Romsey Bridal

Last year I had the pleasure of working alongside a fantastic team of wedding experts for a beautiful styled shoot for Romsey Bridal.

Styled Shoot for Romsey Bridal

I was contacted by Annika from Romsey Bridal last year about the possibility of collaborating on a styled shoot specifically to promote their grooms wear at Romsey Bridal. I hadn’t been involved in a Styled shoot for over 5 years and with lockdown and covid meaning that I hadn’t had much of a chance to get out shooting I thought it was a good opportunity to network with some other amazing local wedding suppliers as well as get some great portfolio shots for us all before the crazy 2021 wedding season kicked in!

Annika organised for us all to meet in July for the styled shoot at a secret location in Hampshire that was the beautiful garden of one of her relatives. 

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The main aim of the shoot was to get some shots to promote Romsey Bridal’s fantastic range of grooms wear, whilst also working alongside some other fantastic suppliers to promote their work too. We all had fun and got some great shots for everyone envolved! 

I really enjoyed taking the photos for this beautiful styled shoot for Romsey Bridal. Thank you to Annika for asking me to be part of this collaboration with an awesome set of women in business.

Suppliers Involved

Table Styling – Dressed Events

Florals – Pomp & Petals

Make Up – Skin Glow By Jo

Hair – New Forest Bridal Hair by Poppy

Bride Model – Jo

Groom Model –

Bride & Grooms wear – Romsey Bridal

Shoot organiser – Annika from Romsey Bridal

Check out this blog post for one of the last styled shoots that I did all the way back in 2013 which was a Bridal shoot at Rhinefield House with Melancholy Magpie Couture Bridal accessories & Amazing Face. I still love some of these images despite them being 9 years old! My editing style was completely different back then though because the creamy, slightly yellowy toned vintage style was in fashion, but I don’t go with trends in style any more, I like my images to remain natural and classic so they’re relevant in years to come and don’t look or feel dated.