Eco Festival Wedding

by | Apr 14, 2021 | Styled shoots | 0 comments

This shoot was a post lockdown shoot looking at how a wedding at home could be creative using local companies having a minimal impact on the environment. All the suppliers who took part include reducing their companies financial impact an important part of their ethos. From foraged flowers, food waste cocktails, locally grown tent poles to the re-loved wedding dresses. The marquee was a new edition to the Roaming Tent company and this was the first time it was put up with its matching bar tent. We loved how hiring a blank space or marquee in this case means couples can really create a day which is unique and demonstrates them as a couple and no other couple will ever have the exact same day.

Suppliers involved:

Marquee company Roaming tent company 
Photographers  Paylor Photography
Videography Abigail Grace Videography
Dresses (boutique)and leather jacket  Love Jean Bridal
Accessories (boutique) Jewellery  Izzy Mc Bridal
Hair  Very You Hair
Suits (store) Smart as Suit
Wedding cake  Jacqueline’s cakes company
Flowers  Bloomhead
Bar Maggies Drinks Company
Cocktail bar : Ugly Ducklings
Celebrant North East Celebrant.
Flags The Event Flag Hire Company – Festival flag hire & bunting to hire or buy
Furniture/ Props and Styling Birdcages and Dragonflies


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