The shoot was a collaboration between 10 local businesses.
Claire Louise Brides, based on Chorley Old Road, Bolton provided the dresses.
Adam from Slaters men’s wear, based in Bolton Town centre, provided the suits.
Bunting provided by Michelle from The Bunting Line, based in Chorley.
Mel from Miranda Templeton based in Ramsbottom, provided the Tiara’s.
Rachel from Marie Antoinette Cakes, based in Bury provided the cake.
Victoria from Lancashire Floristry provided the flowers and button Holes.
Debra Schofield owner of Ruby Red Lips, based at the Last Drop Village did the makeup.
Sarah from Sarah’s hair based on Chorley old road bolton, dressed the brides hair.
The Last Drop Village was the stunning location.
Model’s Tiffany and Alex both from Bolton, modelled the outfits.
And of course myself Julie Lomax Photography Ltd., co-ordinated the shoot and took the pictures.
The shoot was inspired by the 1920’s vintage that as been all the rage for the past couple of year’s.
The colour theme was pastel pink and sage green.
I wanted to show how local businesses can work together, to produce some beautiful images.
I dug out old pictures of some very serious wedding couples from the 1920’s and took these as inspiration.
We all had a ball pulling the images together on the day and I’m, very happy with the results!
Some of the images were featured in a colour spread for the Bolton News on Saturday the 29th of June edition.
I would like to say a very big thanks to all the businesses involved in the shoot and if anyone needs any further information from any of the businesses please send me a message.
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