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Happy Wednesday everyone, how is your week going so far? If you are in the UK then you may well be having the freak weather that we are having here in Sheffield! Sunday we were putting suntan lotion on, yesterday I got caught n 3 snow storms! Crazy! Luckily today’s styled shoot was shot last year when the weather was kind to us. The shoot took place on 28th August 2020 at Borth- Y- Gest Beach, Porthmadog in Wales. It’s a beautiful shoot put together by Natalie from Jelly Press and captured by Gail Secker and helped along by a great team of superb suppliers. The whole feel of the shoot is very ethereal and wistful, with soft pastel tones, and delicate detailing. The shoot is another great example of how elopements and micro weddings are a thing of beauty, not something to be scared of! I hope this shoot brings you a sense of calm on this cold Wednesday morning, as we dream of summer beaches!
To be honest, particularly at the moment (!), any supplier given half the chance to spend a sunny Autumnal day at the beach, doing what they love the most and exploding their creativity – would scream loudly to be a part of it! Natalie from Jellypress wanted to explore the idea of a beach elopement, focusing on a smaller and more intimate celebration within an intricate and organic setting.
Natalie also wanted to include delicate and natural colours as part of this collaboration. Elements of blues, blush, nudes, brass, hosted by an organic yet wild style, were introduced as part of the narrative and each supplier captured the elements of nature in the most stunning way.
Creating an ethereal, beautiful, jaw-droppingly gorgeous shoot on a hidden beach in Wales is no mean feat but my goodness, the results are so worth it. This stunning array of suppliers was handpicked by the very talented Cheshire based Stationer, Jellypress, responsible for curating the tip-top team and for designing the divine stationary suite involved. Natalie procured the talented team to discover and embrace smaller, more intimate weddings – perhaps a beach elopement within the wilderness, this was definitely accomplished!
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