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If the current state of the world is getting the better of you, I have just the thing to cheer you up and start your Wednesday with a smile. Sophie from Red Robin Cakery sent me this amazing shoot a few weeks ago and I just knew from the first image that I had to share it with you. As the shoot happened during lockdown the option to use human models was limited, so Sophie and her team thought outside the box and used dogs instead, and the results are this beyond cute shoot full of the most adorable dogs I have ever seen. The shoot took place on 11th September this year at Haarlem Mill, in Derbyshire. They filled the venue with soft, neutral textiles and decor and an abundance of doggy treats that they all devoured at the end of the shoot. What a burst of happiness and a mid week rteat of cuteness for you. Enjoy!!
During lockdown, so many of us wedding creatives were missing having our imagination challenged. Putting this shoot together meant that we could let our imaginations run a little wild and create something really beautiful and happy during miserable times. Using doggie models meant we didn’t have to worry about covid in their interactions and we could let the love flow, we filled it with doggy treats and treats to calm your dog, perfect for such a hectic doggy filled day.
We wanted to create a really comforting and neutral look to match the warmth of the building with the colours coming in bold from the flowers and the dogs accessories. I had an image in my mind for something like a summer picnic with just a mess of comfort – sort of organized chaos with a polished finish. We were heading into the last of the summer sunshine so we wanted to capture some of that spring/summer look and bring it inside.
We wanted to create a unique and different way of showcasing our wares to engaged couples as styled shoots can all being to look a little similar. I think we certainly accomplished this because the only thing cuter than weddings are dogs.
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