Seventies Inspired Sustainable Styled Bridal Shoot - Langar Hall, Nottingham - Anna Rose Heaton Photography
‘Micro Weddings’ might be small in scale, but they certainly don’t have to be small in style!
This retro inspired sustainable bridal shoot highlights quite the opposite!
If you’ve had to change your weddings plans, then perhaps you no longer want to wear the traditional wedding attire for your stripped back wedding ceremony. The dresses in this shoot were all sourced in local charity shops and tick comfort, style & sustainability off the list!
Personally I’ve been super inspired by this styled shoot and enjoyed the styling process & preloved bridal fashion so much, that I’ve since teamed up with my Granny to work on a passion project to give us both something positive to focus on during the lockdown. We are currently upcycling pre-loved and vintage wedding dresses to create a small capsule bridal wear collection, ideal for a modern bride looking for something sustainable, beautiful and bespoke to wear. We are launching our bridal collection in the Spring so #StayTuned for updates at Anna Rae Bridalwear
Sourcing a ‘one of a kind’ dress means, not only can you can wear something you feel absolutely fabulous in, but without spending an absolute fortune - you can even wear it again. Not only that, but it supports charities during these challenging times and you can guarantee no one else will be in the same dress os you this year!
..THE DETAIL SHOTS..
The cake, the flowers, the stationery, the jewellery, the shoes, the dresses, the styling, the hair & makeup!
SUSTAINABLE FACTORS TO CONSIDER FOR YOUR WEDDING DAY...
..LOOK NUMBER ONE..
Myself (Anna Photographer) & Julia (Wedding Stylist) thrifted both pre-loved dresses from local charity shops. We had two key looks both inspired by the 60's & 70's. The first look was a floaty & dreamy long sleeved number with baby blue trim detailing and a low slung back.
..LOOK NUMBER TWO..