ABBEYWOOD 1940’S INSPIRED PHOTOSHOOT

Several suppliers have joined forces to create a 1940’s inspired shoot at Abbeywood Estate, Cheshire. Looking back at a time when rations we forced upon the nation due to World War II and replicating the simplistic style brides adapted to. Weddings in the 1940’s had a DIY feel to them, which is very much in fashion today.

Victoria Rose supplied the vintage crockery and cakes for the shoot, with flowers and accessories from Big Little Things and Stationery and Post boxes by Elouise Designs. Frodsham Wedding Belles supplied the Amanda Wyatt dresses and Model Mayhem supplied the model. Nicola Minshull provided the hair and make up styling, whilst Lucy G Photography captured the events of the day.

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