Gothic Wedding Inspiration at the National Justice Museum, Nottingham

by Linzi

It’s not very often you get to say that one of your styled shoots has been featured in HELLO! magazine – but this gothic wedding inspired shoot at the unique wedding venue that is the National Justice Museum acheived just that! In fact it’s been published in two blogs as well as HELLO! which is pretty darn exciting. 

I don’t do many styled shoots in a year. To deliver them to a high standard they need a lot of planning and co-ordination. As well as a great wedding venue, you need an awesome team and a LOT of attention to detail. Pretty much the same as we give any wedding day which we are involved in. 

So I was super chuffed with the way this one turned out. With its rich, yet dark, colour palette, it totally worked with our quirky wedding venue. We wandered between the prisoners exercise yard, courtroom, womens cells and hangmans noose to get all the pictures that we wanted. Surrounded by years on years of somewhat bloody history, we managed to encapsulate the romance and excitement of a wedding day as documented perfectly by Vicky Clayson Photography. So check out the highlights below … we even had time for some fun too! 

 

Featuring this awesome team behind this gothic wedding inspiration

The team involved in this styled shoot are:

Styling and Planner: Linzi from that black & white cat weddings and Unconventional Wedding (that’s me!)
Photographer: Vicki from Vicki Clayson Photography

Venue: The National Justice Museum
Styling: Fi from Vintage Fare – Wedding & Event Decor & Tiana Birkett from Events by Tiana
Bridal wear: Fiona from Fiona Elizabeth Couture
Jacket: Suzanne from Ophelia Rose Hand Painted
Flowers: Lucinda from The Flower Fairy
Alternative bouquet: Charlotte from Charlotte Laurie Designs
Make up: Kerry from Beautiful You Beautician & MUA
Hair: Emma from  The Little Vintage Beauty Parlour Nottingham
Model: Raven Lenore & Mike Rollason
Cake: Lisa from Urban Cakehouse
Stationery: Amelia from Millie Stone UK Calligraphy
Millinery / Headpiece: Amy (or Doll) from Doll’s Mad Hattery – Vintage Millinery
Shoes: Nicole from House of Elliot
Assisting on the day: Katherine from Katherine Howe weddings

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