Floral touches! – you’ll be seriously inspired by this gorgeous shoot

We all know festivals as loud and muddy places, but you don’t have to recreate Glastonbury to be a festival bride.

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Embrace an outdoor wedding with a less structured, more easy going hairstyle – we think carefree tousled curls look effortlessly beautiful. Add an abundance of flowers and why not be daring and scrap the bouquet for a large wrist corsage? It keeps your flowers with you through the day and doubles up as a pretty accessory.

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An evening costume change to a metallic gown will allow you to put on your party shoes and really let your hair down. If you keep your makeup base clean with warm peachy colours in the day you can add a pop of pink with beautiful blusher and lipstick in the evening, allowing your makeup to really glow in the dimmer light. Also, why not try adding a gold liner to the bottom lashline to give a subtle hint of festival glamour to your evening look?

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Body art is a unique way to maintain the carefree festival vibe, keeping your look fun and flirty. A bubble machine can be used instead of confetti – bubbles make a great photo opportunity but are also kind to your surrounding environment.

 

Makeup Artist

Amy L Wilkinson
amylwilkinson.com
Twitter: @alwmakeup
Instagram: amy_wilkinson_professional_mua

Hair and nails

Ashley Turner
ashleighturner.co.uk
Instagram: ashleight29
Dresses
Bespoke, Gold and white
Fazane Malik
fazanemalik.co.uk
Twitter: @fazane_malik

Flowers

All Bunched Up
allbunchedup.co.uk
Indigo Zebra – Tassel Garlands
etsy.com/uk/shop/TheIndigoZebra
Instagram: @theindigozebra

Model

Rebekah Hemsley
DK Model management

Photographer

Samantha Hook
samanthahook.com
Twitter: @samhookphoto

Videographer

Dan Lambourne

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