This past year due to reasons we all know there wasn’t many weddings to photograph however wedding suppliers who suddenly had plenty of time organised plenty of gorgeous styled shoots and workshops. So be ready for plenty of gorgeous inspiration coming!

    Today let’s enjoy a beautiful shoot from a workshop photographed and sent over by Jenna Kathleen.

    This pop up workshop organised and hosted by My Prettiest Workshops is all about embracing the changes we’ve had to make as a result of Covid-19’s impact on the wedding world this year.


    Let’s elope and get married on the beach! – not a bad idea is it? This lovely shoot was organised and sent to us by Katrina Matthews Photography. Check out pictures from this lovely beach wedding picnic and read the story behind the shoot.

    This beach elopement shoot meant to take place back in March but when the pandemic took us into lock down we rescheduled the shoot and our original idea took on an even more significant meaning. With the new rules and restrictions around weddings in 2020 we wanted our shoot to show a fun and beautiful alternative way to tie the knot. We started the day in a quirky little Airbnb in Worthing where our gorgeous couple got ready together and then we headed down to the beach for some fun.

  • STYLED SHOOT: Magical Rainbow Babe

    The editorial of the Magical Rainbow Babe was dreamed by me, Lea of Leuska Design. I pulled together a team from UK and Hungary to organize a styled shoot. The vision of the shoot was to highlight something not traditional. As a lesbian, I wanted to make something for the LGBTQ+ family.

    With this photoshoot, we wanted to show to couples, that they donʼt have to fit in with societyʼs wedding expectations. The wedding is all about the couple. If they donʼt feel that they need to have a big wedding and they just want to elope than that’s fine. If the bride/brides donʼt want to have a white dress then they don’t have to. The most important thing is that they love each other. Some of my couples changed their wedding invitation designs, decoration, dresses etc. because they were afraid of what others would say. Or precisely because the family members wanted to design their wedding. But there is one thing I always try to tell to couples. The wedding is about them, not about friends and family members. I know and I understand that telling your loved ones to “Back off it’s my wedding!” is not easy at all.

  • STYLED SHOOT: I Believe in Pink

    Todays shoot was photographed and sent to GWB by Meggy Mac Photography.

    Hannah from the Giraffe Shed and Esme Whiteside Photography came up with the concept and planning for the shoot. The inspiration for the I Believe In Pink theme was using the colour and aesthetics of the Giraffe Shed venue to create an alternative and feminine look.

    Stylist Luna and the Lane added pops of yellow and spearmint to our colour board which was used throughout the stationary, cake, and props.
    Emma Cox Floristry came and created pure magic with a flower cloud, flower disco ball and magical meadows around the furniture. Miss Havishams cakes created the most amazing kitsch masterpiece with its very own tier of pompoms and flamingos. The brief from Hannah at the Giraffe Shed was if you think it’s too pink, add more pink!


    Today we are giving you the most beautiful styled shoot that came to us from Greece. It was planned and styled by Fondo Special Occasions who shared the inspiration behind the shoot. Wonderful photography is by Polka Dot Photojournalism.

    “Her eyes are pure stars, and her fingers, if they touch you, freeze you to the bone” – Virginia Woolf

    The concept of love is something universal. The people we choose to love and create memories with, do not understand borders, forms and social conventions. Love is love. 

    Fondo Special Occasions underlines how the choices and manifestations of love can be elegant, beautiful and memorable. This editorial photoshoot takes inspiration from the love story of two historic women, Virginia Woolf and her lover Vita Sackville-West. The whole set up and art direction, has a vintage feeling, a ghostlike aesthetic, it’s an ode to the romantic past with a modern twist.


    Lauren of Lauren Alexander Weddings shared with us this beautiful Tropical Wedding styled shoot. I absolutely love all the styling and colours of it. Enjoy!


    This shoot is all about the senses – fierce, animalistic and overwhelmingly beautiful, let’s make ‘strong tropics’ a style that trail blazes onto the 19/20+ wedding scene! The vibe was all about strength: strong women, strong colour, strong patterns and above all strong tropics. Think fierce, think colour, think glitter and sparkle. With Frida Kahlo inspired accessories, pom poms, glitter station, cocktail station, earthy textures, reusing and ethical all products were available to be hired in and reused, or were ethical/sustainable products.

    Handcrafted specifically for the shoot, the dress and jumpsuit are embellished with colour, love and sass.

    An incredible handcrafted cape and veil were accessorised beautifully and crafted for the shoot, alongside bespoke hair accessories and jewellery with pom poms and raffia.

    Deep, sensual and tropical foliage and flowers created drama, height and texture throughout transforming a lovely venue in itself into a tropical paradise perfect for any couple to gain inspiration from. Our cakes were utterly stunning, a little playful and then a spice more traditional.


    So much gorgeousness for you today! Personally it’s so much my style I want all these outfits for myself! :) Enjoy the beautiful same sex wedding shoot planned by Amelia Wilson of AMW Events. Ohhhhhh…

    The inspiration for the shoot was around the lightning bolt backdrop I made. I wanted to create something that had the wow factor and which hadn’t been done before. I wanted to show couples there is more than one way to have your wedding day, and create something unique. To showcase electric fierce women who make their own rules, and the same goes for their wedding day. 


    Two brides - Alternative same sex wedding shoot on Gay Wedding Blog

    Today we have a lovely same sex wedding styled shoot with two gorgeous brides that was shared with us by the planner behind it – Nonie Leonard.

    The shoot was inspired by a couple that fell in love with the venue whilst on a wine tasting tour. As they fell in love with the venue which features a barn, coach house and wine shop the story of the couple is told through their images on their big day. 

    The shoot celebrates a female same sex multi cultural wedding at the beautiful Stanlake Park Wine Estate. The venue has not had a same sex wedding and are vert keen to host one. Celebrating wine from the venue, the theme Drunk in Love was chosen for the shoot and features in the shoot.


    Two grooms - Alternative same sex wedding shoot on Gay Wedding Blog

    One of our favourite photographers Mark of Mark Nortcliffe Photography shared this super stylish same sex wedding shoot he planned and photographed. Read all about the inspiration and wonderful team involved.


    I wanted to do an Italian renaissance themed styled shoot. I was inspired by decadence and opulence of this era. Oxnead Hall in Norfolk was the only setting for me with the outside fountain courtyard and the richly laid out sunken parterre with its neat, symmetrical hedge rows and inter connecting paths. A sense of order and calmness.

    Style and sophistication was the starting point for planning the shoot and involving local suppliers that would be able to deliver the vision was high on my list of priorities. I always knew it would be a same sex wedding shoot. Both styled in the same way but completing each other with variations on a theme. The boys outfits were provide by the Cambridge branch of John Lewis under the expert mens wear in store stylist Nick Kisby.

    I visualised both Ben & Charles in Black dinner suits but was drawn to a deep, rich blue velvet jacket for Charles with black tailored dinner suits trousers and patent shoes topped off with a coordinating silk scarf and rich velvet bow tie. Ben wore a tailored classic tuxedo and trousers with a crisp white stud fastening dress shirt held neatly in place with a deep silk cummerbund and bow tie.