Thursday, 25 April 2013
Tuesday, 16 April 2013
Whilst having my hair cut a few weeks ago I asked Debbi owner of Zeitgeist if she would be interested in a photo shoot I was thinking of putting together. So we sorted out a few details, which day, times, models etc. I then asked Shelly from Toast Photography if she was free to come over to Hebden Bridge to shoot it for me, and she was.!
The tweed suit and jacket were kindly loaned by Libertyfreedom urban tweed is one way of describing their fab gear. Debbi cut Kim's hair, with incredible precision and Danielle had her red hair pinned up into a great shape. All the jewellery was hand made by my pal local jewellery designer Rachel Lucie and the models had their make up expertly applied by Alison Clegg who came over from York for the morning.
I should add that I made the head wear.!
Holly my right hand girl helped me with just about everything including getting everyones lunch.She also made the heart quill you see in the picture taken by the tiled wall in the town hall stairwell.
The Town Hall is a wonderful spot for any shoot, lots of dark wood and huge windows, ours took on a real Mad Men look don't you think.?
I could wax lyrical about the shoot but I think it's better to let the pictures speak for themselves.
Cheers Shelly not sure if Patch the dog [on loan] stole the show.!
Monday, 8 April 2013
On Sunday I left home bright and early to go to East Riddlesden hall for their vintage wedding fair.
Toast photography was set up across from me so there were plenty of laughs and witty chat in between the flow of wedding fair visitors.
There were so many lovely set ups including Emma bespoke wedding flowers
Beautiful jewellery from Saving face jewellery
I was next to a lady who made hand made wedding pies. Not your average pie, these were pretty if a pie can be pretty.
I was able to use my lovely hand drawn sign again by artist Julia Ogden
Gorgouse table settings from Simply Vintage Events
I took along my woodland crown, cuffs and corsage which is hand crocheted, wired and strewn with crystals. One bride is coming to try on at the shop with her dress, this is a very particular wedding style so she was very happy to find it.
Hand painted signs from Barn Studio Signs
A whole table full of treasure from Vintage Strawberry who had some incredible vintage gowns.
The whole event was really lovely
What a beautiful timber roof.
So after much chatting to ladies who are now coming to the shop to sort out their upcoming wedding head wear, I went home very happy and with very tired feet.
Tuesday, 2 April 2013
On a cold but Sunny Bank holiday Monday we went to visit our local museum Banksfield Museum
There was a delightful exhibition on of the wonderful illustrator Quentin Blake's work as well as the Botanical Threads textile pieces by artist Vivienne Brown. A lovely time was spent reading Roald Dahl books surrounded by all the illustrations.
Lots of lovely inspiration to be found on my doorstep, well almost.
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