A few weeks ago, we shared with you this bohemian inspired shoot by photographer Nikole Ramsay and Natasha from Dress My Wedding, and it seems you were all as impressed as we were. So now we’re back with Part II. Transforming a raw, industrial space into a bright, contemporary venue with handcrafted furniture and an assembly of beautiful, exotic homewares from Society of Wanderers and S&R Boutique, Natasha, Nicole and fashion stylist Renee Enright have once again brought a bucketload of wedding ideas to life.
To create a luxe bohemian feel, they teamed blooms by She’s a Wildflower in shades of illuminating emerald, deep fuchsia and rose with an original artwork by Prudence Caroline. This time, they also featured statement jewellery by Ernest & Joe and our favourite Houghton gown from The Bridal Atelier, which you may have already spied in Issue six of Hello May.
Cat Lee created model Stef Crowley-Clough’s eye-catching feather head piece while Blondie was left in charge of hair and makeup and together we think their efforts were successful in creating a beautiful, character-filled warehouse.
CREDITS Photos Nikole Ramsay // Concept, décor, styling and furniture Dress My Wedding // Bridal gowns The Bridal Atelier // Head piece Cat Lee // Fashion stylist Renee Enright // Hair and makeup Blondie // Florist She’s a Wildflower // Artwork Myne Studio by Prudence Caroline // Jewellery Ernest & Joe // Homewares Society of Wanderers and S&R Boutique //Models Stef Crowley-Clough and Jack Walsh.