A Rock & Roll Bridal Shoot Up North – The Bridal Emporium

Tim Dunk Photography

Today on Marry Me Ink I get to share with you this epic bridal shoot complete with Yorkshire elements along with the rock and roll edge. Styled by The Bridal Emporium – A Leeds based bridal shop celebrating all the wonderful British designers that bring you all your glamorous vintage and boho bridal style gowns and Yorkshire Menswear providing the slick suits for the groom.

Owner of The Bridal Emporium in Leeds, Claire Amelia, is thrilled to show off the latest pictures from the rock’n’roll wedding photo-shoot that was set at New Craven Hall in April, 2017. Embracing a very Northern theme, the set was filled with elements of a rustic-nature feel, along with a typical feature of the Yorkshire greetings ‘Ey Up’. 

The suppliers brought out the best of British with a number of Northern based participants. Including Tim Dunk, the wonderful photographer who oozes an immense amount of coolness within each frame, making the venue, New Craven Hall in Leeds, shine with an edgy retro feel. The chosen venue is a new industrial space, providing a trendy and blank area, perfect for pimping out to fit to any desired theme! An added touch of punk really aims to appeal to the tattoo market, along with the two models that were specifically chosen to compliment the Yorkshire rock look of the whole photo-shoot.

The models were fashioned with a simple, boho inspired style and the dresses were supplied by the amazing wedding dress designer, Eliza Jane Howell. The gowns fitted perfectly with the boho/vintage look, with sequined details that contrasted and added a softer detail to the whole setting. The accessories were provided by ourselves at The Bridal Emporium, gorgeous floral head wear and white punk heels complimented the female models, Kellie, body art. Byron, the male model, was styled with a more austere look to emphasise on the wedding gowns. The very talented make-up artist, Amanda, from Lipstick and Curls opted for deep purple-red lips which paired well with natural toned eyes.

The whole set was made up with a combination of beautiful fresh flowers, by The Flower Shop Ossett, rustic/neon props by AddVintage and the gorgeous invitations, table settings and wall hangings from Gray Starling Designs. The range of different colours and sizes of flowers brightened up the venue and the props, including balloons and punk details, finished off the final look, making it a perfect venue and setting for any tattoo lover’s wedding.

Of course no wedding day photo-shoot is complete without the main centerpiece, being the 3-tier masterpiece cake by Zoe’s Fancy Cakes. The tasty treat was made up of white and gold hues with green and white floral detailing, complimenting the surrounding colours of green and ivory. All elements produced a successful portfolio of lovely rock’n’roll imagery!

How gorgeous is all of this? I love all the golden accents and the geometric patterns on the cakes and table designs. Thank you to The Bridal Emporium for sharing with Marry Me Ink today.

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