Styled Shoot: A KinFolk Wedding

March 10, 2017
Image by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Image above by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Last weekend, Lucy headed across to one of our favourite local wedding venue’s, Camp Katur, to provide the florals for a styled shoot workshop, held by the talented photographer Nicola Dixon.

We have created designs for a number of these shoots held by Nicola, which provide photographers and other industry insiders to hone their skills and run wild with their creativity.

Image by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Image above by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Image by Rebecca Goddard Photography Image by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Images above by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Image by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Image above by Rebecca Goddard Photography

Mood Board by One Stylish Day Event Styling and Planner

The Kinfolk aesthetic mood board by Louise from One Stylish Day designed for the shoot creative.

Nicola has an eye for locations, she never fails to source the the most inspiring landscapes and backdrops. This shoot was no exception, set against the whimsical and rustic woodland of Camp Katur, Kirklington near Bedale, we could not wait to receive the brief!

We worked alongside Cheshire based Wedding and Event Stylist Louise from One Stylish Day, who created a cool and simple story, inspired by the Danish Hygge aesthetic.

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Image by Nicola Dixon Photography

Image above by Nicola Dixon Photography

For our florals, we drew inspiration from the dense woodland surroundings as spring has not yet sprung at Camp Kaur. We wanted our florals to reflect the dark and enchanting nature of the forest during the autumn and winter months.

Copper and brown married with greens reflective of the winter scorched forest floor, were offset with soft pinks, deep scarlets and claret reds.

We incorporated lots of texture, branches and dried seed heads to keep designs architectural and utilised materials coming towards the end of their life span, to represent the sun starved nature of the forest.

We sourced Quicksand Roses in the most incredible beige nude tones, blousy striking anemones and rich toned ranunculus and Hellebores.

The intent was designs that looked like they had been gathered and swept up from the surrounding forest floor, but that popped with soft highlights and rich toned accents.

Image by Nicola Dixon Photography
Image by Nicola Dixon Photography Image by Nicola Dixon Photography
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This was by far one of our favourite shoots yet. We loved utilising materials that usually might be disregarded, creating florals that we’re reflective of their surroundings.

We worked alongside some incredible photographers and industry insiders, and I’m sure you will agree that the resulting imagery is just breathtakingly extraordinary!

Thanks again, Nicola and to everyone involved!

Image by Nicola Dixon Photography

Image above by Nicola Dixon Photography

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