Dare you enter the ‘Unconventional Wedding’ haunted church this Halloween?
Well it’s not too spooky today with this gothic same sex wedding inspired styled shoot shot in Glastonbury. It’s a moody and atmospheric which suits the venue perfectly. Packed full of dark colours with black, purple and red, it certainly captures the imagination with the stunning flowers and table decor. All set against the gothic brickwork and gorgeous dresses.
As Sarah from Photo Press who co-ordinated the shoot says, “
Feature photo courtesy of Daniel Swan Photography
Top tips to acheive this Gothic same sex Wedding look
Choosing the right Gothic wedding venue
Sarah’s first top tip for creating this look is to find the right venue because it makes the rest easy. If you can have this as your backdrop, you don’t need to do a lot of styling and your photos will be amazing.
Go black and own it
Secondly, the dresses and accessories … go black and own it. Some people are scared because black is associated with death, but it doesn’t need to be that way. This is the perfect opportunity to change mindsets.
Get the best wedding flowers you can
And lastly, get the best flowers you can afford! Some people think flowers are just a thing you should have, but they can massively change the way you, your venue and table look! Also, for gothic, go foraging. We foraged all the ivy and some other foliage from local woods and it’s free!
The team behind this awesome Gothic same sex wedding
Location: Glastonbury Wedding Venue, Godney (near Glastonbury)
Dresses: Devlin Bridal Couture & Belle of the Ball Bridal
Hair: Hepcats Barbershop and Beauty Parlour
Make up: Milly Johnson of Made up by Melissa
Button bouquet: I Heart Buttons
Real flowers: Dandy and the Lion
Props and furniture: The Prop Factory
Cake: Ice Maiden Cakes
Stationery: Apple and Bramble
Jewellery: Karasu and Anna Fine Jewellery
Hats and veil: Karasu – Hats/Millinery and Madame B Boutique – Top Hat & Veil
Beaded flower crown: To Be Adorned
Metal headbands: Lucibelle
Gothic disco: Smile Entertainment
Models: Emily Hemmings, Lauren May, Rachel Spender and Alisa Rae
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