Coral Elegance at Swanton Morley House
It’s always an exciting time when the Pantone Colour of the Year is announced. The colour of 2019 is ‘Living Coral’. Living Coral is a peachy orange shade that is meant to reflect the “innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits”.
It was awesome to be invited to be a part of a styled shoot. When it’s at one of your favourite Norfolk Wedding Venues alongside your partner in crime then it’s even more exciting. We arrived early in the morning to find the models being made up by Amanda who was on makeup and hair for the shoot. The stunning bridal dresses were provided by Adella and were perfect in the space.
Amber had provided some gorgeous wedding cakes. Alongside the bridesmaid’s outfits, we had ourselves a fantastic team and a great backdrop. Without doubt, the outcome was a pretty special film. Tim captured some fantastic images and I am sure you will see plenty of them around.
I’m delighted to share with you a little behind the scenes film of the styled shoot I did back with a team of wedding experts. I love using shoots like this to hone my skills as a Norfolk Wedding Videographer.
Based on Living Coral the Pantone Colour of the Year. Despite the cold, wet and grey day outside there was nothing but sunshine inside. This lovely shoot has been featured on Coco Wedding Venues go over and have a read.
Venue Swanton Morley House & Gardens // Photography Tim Stephenson Photography // Bridal Boutique Adella Bridal Boutique // Bridesmaids Dresses Willow & Pearl // Cakes Love Wedding Cakes // Flowers Olive Et Fleur // Hair and Makeup Amanda Steed Hair and Make-up // Tableware CMA Hire // Stationery and Signage Sam Wood Design
With thanks to models Lydia, Libby and Jumara