I’m uber excited to share this stunning steampunk wedding inspired styled shoot with you today. Sometimes its super hard to pick photos to feature in the blog and this one was one of the hardest. Just too much awesomeness to choose from!
A mixture of alternative wedding styles with elegant mood, as well as being freak but chic at the same, it certainly ticks all the boxes. Captured by Barbara and Federico at Studio Fotographic Bacci, this is one awesome steampunk wedding!
Top tips to acheive this Steampunk wedding look
The mix of ultraviolet with the dark and warm tones of the pictures is a pure triumph! It continues through in the dress, the bouquet, the millinery, the bridal shoes and all the little details.
Grab yourself an awesome wedding Location
Could you bag yourself a better location than Dalston Heights in Hackney, London? There are so many quirky features and props! The team were definitely spoilt for choice!
Mix and Match - alternative bridalwear with fairytale makeup
The elaborate dress for this Steampunk wedding shoot was custom made by Debi at Powdered and Waisted Corsetry. Based on the Monet Corset, the Violet Corset was made in white silk with stunning ultraviolet flowers and skirt to match.
Team that with delicate make up for our bride which is very Alice in Wonderland’esque.
The team behind this awesome steampunk wedding
Photography: Barbara and Federico at Studio Fotographico Bacci
Wedding styling and decor: Lo & Behold Bespoke
Bride model: Lois Loren
Groom model: Andrea
Bride Make Up: Lucy Jones
Bridal Hair Stylist: Catherine Strong Hair & Make-up artistry
Bridal Dress: Debi Harcourt Whiting – Powdered and Waisted Corsetry
Groom Suit/outfit: The Vintage Suit Hire Company
Bride Shoes: Bunny Pumpkin Boutique
Flowers: Flower & Fern
Stationery: Satin and Tat Design
Cake and sweets: Park Lane Bakery
Location: Dalston Heights, Hackney, London
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