Brides magazine Lookbook – Horniman Museum

Horniman Museum Brides magazine

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2018 was a busy year for me – it ended with an incredible shoot and one of my biggest business bucket list goals ticked off!
I was asked to photograph the Lookbook for Brides magazine and it was everything as you’ll see…

The brains

The shoot was planned and co-ordinated by LAMP Productions, an incredible team that I’ve had the honour of working with before at this home marquee wedding. Anna, Lotte and the team produced a hugely creative and forward thinking set up.

The venue

Nestled in south London, the Horniman Museum & Gardens provided the perfect backdrop for this shoot. The setting, a Victorian conservatory with some serious wow factor. I was familiar with the venue having photographed this White wedding there a couple of years ago which was also featured in Brides magazine.

Shortly after the shoot, Pantone announced that the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2019 is Living Coral. LAMP Productions are ahead of the curve as always!

Lucy Davenport Photography, Horniman Museum, Brides magazine, LAMP Productions, tablescape, coral, pantone colour of the year
Bespoke tabletop and planter by Box Productions with tiles repurposed and hand painted by LAMP Productions. Green Perasima side plates from Anthropologie. Glass Sienna charger plates, glassware and cutlery to hire from Couvert.


As featured in Conde Nast Brides magazine – Jan/Feb 2019 issue.

As featured in Vogue Japan magazine – Volume 14. What an honour to have both of these publications!

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