Lytchett Bay Photo Shoot – Bride Magazine

Lytchett Bay Photo Shoot Video By TP Photography


Lytchett Bay Photo Shoot – Bride Magazine asks the Questions:

BM: “What was the inspiration behind the shoot?”

” Shealan Faere Butler was the photographer, approached Oxana Ruckhaber of Minster Brides having heard about her dress companyShe had wanted to do a styled shoot for a while and the found her dresses  beautiful and wanted to do something with a bohemian feel. Oxana’s dresses were perfect. From there she gathered a team of Dorset’s finest wedding professionals and we set about creating a true fine art photography result.”

BM: “Tell us a little bit about the venue and why it was chosen. What was the inspiration behind the shoot?”

“Dulled blue tones, marshy landscape, windswept, drift wood, peeling paint, these were the primary influences behind the shoot along with a desire to create a romantic, almost renaissance feel to the images.” 

BM: “What was chosen for the flower arrangements?”

 “The English Florist wanted the arrangements to reflect the wind swept, shoreline feel of the shoot, so architectural, textured flowers and foliage were used. The coral fern perfectly reflects the sea shore atmosphere, as does the Eryingium, otherwise known as sea holly. The spiky mini Protea were also ideal. Colour of course was an essential part of the shoot and Eucalyptus was chosen to correspond with the bluey-grey hues. The delicate Sweet Avalanche Roses picked up the blush pink.”

BM: “What kind of look did you want to achieve with the make-up, hair and outfits for the bride and groom?”

Amazing Face Dorset recreated the natural soft country unstructured look that our brides know and love so well using Huda, Dior, Mercier and Wella products resulting in an ethereal and timeless beauty with a hint of modern glamour.”

BM: “What was the thinking behind the décor for the shoot?  How did you tie it all together?” 

“Granny’s Vintage China chose delicate vintage china in blush pink and grey to compliment the bridal wear, cake and the stationery. The look was fresh, and informal offset by the crystal glassware.” 

BM: “What kind of accessories were used to create these looks and why?”

” The accessories supplied by were designed with a hint of colour. These complement the tones of the shoot using beautiful gold leaves and the powdery blues and pinks in the crystal and gemstone beading. The regal feel of the crowns complemented the romantic portrait style of the images.”

Lytchett Bay Photo Shoot  Videography and additional photography by Greg Thurtle at  TP photography

Fabulous cake by Lucie Loves to Bake

Stunning invitations by Lily and Lottie Stationary