Caroline says “This shoot was really inspired by 1970s gypsy style and the ultimate Sister of the Moon, Stevie Nicks! In my head I pictured a bride wearing billowy lace with ruffles and huge rings, maybe sat in front of a caravan. Lucky Sixpence Bridal had just the type of dresses I had in mind – I ended up using three! My absolute favourite was a very ethereal batwing dress from the 1970s. One thing I really loved in this shoot was all the little details. Anon Design created some beautiful turquoise stationery, which really complimented the surroundings and looked wonderful with the dining set up and autumnal florals.”
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Credits: Planning and Photography: Caroline Opacic Photography
Styling: Rock The Day Styling
Hire: Anthology Vintage Hire
Dresses: Lucky Sixpence Bridal
Cakes & Sweet Treats: Lucky & Co
Flowers: The Country Garden Flower Company
Stationery: Anon Design
Hair: Original Button Hair
Make up: Knot Your Average Bride
Shoes: Merle & Morris
Rings: London Victorian Ring Co
Bell Tent: Tee & Toast
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