The lady behind Ellie Grace Photography, has a lot to answer for. She has a keen eye for creative makers and designers and saw potential for different creatives to come together to create a seasonal wedding shoot. Working from her shared studio (The Lightspace Collective) in the centre of Sheffield, Ellie has been able to develop a relationship with Tracy Campbell of Campbell's Flowers. With a love for texture and form, Tracy's creations are home to seed heads, fruits, amongst billowing flowers and beautiful colour combinations. With two creative minds in one space, it was obvious to Ellie that Tracy's bouquets would complement the work of Amanda Moon Headwear to fit the season. With Autumn setting in, rich browns alongside deep reds through to translucent oranges offset with some soft warm pinks and yellows saw the beginnings of a shoot.
All three ladies, love the seasons and how they shape the way they deliver their crafts/services. All having a strong client base of brides, they are inspired to look at ways in which the seasons and personality of those they work with can come together; presenting anything from a bold and striking statement to a subtle and understated presence. The colours and compositions are all ways for brides to convey who they are and what they love.
So here you are; up in High Bradfield come these images hoping to inspire brides to see how beautiful a source of inspiration the seasons are. Weddings are no longer just for summer...4 seasons, 12 months, 365 days of changing colours, textures and moods to play with. The possibilities are endless!
Article written by Amanda Moon