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Horniman Museum wedding photography

Bride holding bouquet in front of calligraphy backdrop
Coral colour scheme for table setting
Bride holding bouquet in front of calligraphy backdrop
Mrs Box ring boxes and rings
Bride and groom on calligraphy aisle and vast florals at Horniman Museum
Coral colour scheme for table setting detail of napkin and floral
Bride on calligraphy aisle and vast florals at Horniman Museum
Decadent wedding cake with floral top tier
Calligraphy wedding cake in black and white
Emmy London shoes
Bride wearing gold sequinned dress and green drop earrings
POP alcoholic ice pops
Cutture bespoke stationery
Bride in ruffled dress drinking a cocktail
Bespoke calligraphy embroidered napkin
Grooms rose buttonhole
Bride and groom smiling to each other
Table setting in the orangery at Horniman Museum

This editorial shot at Horniman Museum will forever be a favourite of mine for so many reasons. It ticked one of my biggest business bucket list goals – to be featured in Brides magazine for their Lookbook editorial.

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.

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 were ahead of the curve as always!

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