Earlier this month we teamed up with the lovely Kathy from Always Bespoke Events to teach you how to DIY with dreamcatchers. The post went viral and over 100,000 people shared, commented, pinned and read the story so we are pleased to announce that Kathy is back to throw a little inspiration our way when it comes to just what to do with once you have created your aforementioned dreamcatcher.
Kathy tells us “ The idea behind this shoot was to capture many genres of wedding themes and intertwine them into a a stunning and magical setting. I based all of this around one main focal point, the dream catchers. I have always loved them and I sat with my 4 year old daughter one afternoon and we made them together. After the shoot we hung them all in her bedroom.”
She goes on to say “As a wedding stylist, most brides come to me with their vision for the wedding that they desire. I then tailor it to the specific couple. Doing this shoot was a chance for me to express my idea of a dream wedding. It was about ‘catching my dream’ and creating something original and magical.
We love that the invites, menus and place settings, by Lovelock Studios, all have very suitable dream catchers placed on them. Kathy explains “I didn’t want them to be too dominating and just to sit sweetly in the background to quietly reinforce the theming.”
Photographer Brenner Liana had plenty to photograph with gorgeous mixed white flowers from Nikolina’s Florist, arranged like two clouds on the table, and, speaking of clouds, yummy fluffy cupcakes from Cup Cup and Away.
To compliment and accentuate the dreamcatchers Kathy used delicate chairs from Complete Function Hire and hanging light bulbs intertwined them with feathers which came to life after sunset, casting a warm and delicately festive atmosphere over the table settings, which would last all night long.