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Romantically minimalist at Wollaton Hall

Categories: Weddings, Photoshoots

Wollaton Hall needs no introduction; if you live in or around Nottingham, you'll know it! For those who aren't from Nottingham, it's a Grade II listed Elizabethan house within the Nottingham City boundaries and is a little slice of calm. It's home to Nottingham Natural History Museum, two different types of endangered Japanese deer and most famously known for being 'Wayne Manor' from Batman's A Dark Knight Rises.

Anna from Pear and Bear Photography asked me to do makeup for the styled wedding photoshoot on a Sunday back in September 2017. I couldn't attend the photoshoot so I was super excited to see the photos. Becky was a gorgeous 'bride to be' and knew she'd photograph beautifully from this behind the scenes selfie.

 

 

Photographer: Pear and Bear Photography
Dress: Jenny Packham from Frances Day Bridal
Flowers - Catkin Flowers
Stationary - Amy Bailey Design
Candle holders - Copper and Solder
Silk runners - Little Acorn Silks
 
You can see more on the Save the Date magazine blog where the shoot was featured!
 
Tags: photoshoot, makeup, wedding suppliers, bridal make-up, wedding makeup, make-up artist, makeup artist, vintage makeup, behind the scenes, freelance makeup artist

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