Foraging, Fresh Florals and Fine Art: A styled shoot at The Forest Side Hotel

July 06, 2016  •  14 Comments

I don't normally say yes to collaborative shoots in "the busy season", but I just couldn't resist when The Forest Side contacted me to see if I was interested in coming together with some amazing local suppliers to create some images to help position them as a brand new top end wedding venue.

We took our inspiration from the surroundings of the hotel and the exquisite creations of their head chef Kevin Tickle, whose menus heavily draw on ingredients grown and foraged in the immediate area. We were also lucky to benefit from the involvement of the Heaton Cooper Studio, who kindly allowed us to use original artwork and equipment from their archives.

I hope you love the photos - the weather wasn't so kind to us, but we braved the rain - it is the Lakes after all!

Models: Emma and Karen
Florist: Brackens of Bowness
Dresses: Mears Ghyll Bridal Rooms and Julia Tasker Bridal Couture
Make up: Aimée Chorley
Hair: Daniel Gray Hairdressers
Lighting: Typical Type
Table Linen and Styling Assistant: Clarabelle Interiors
Stationery: Neat Creative
Cake: The Bakery at No.4
Art Props: The Heaton Cooper Studio
Food: Kevin Tickle at The Forest Side

 


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