Dorset – and in particular Lulworth cove and the Jurassic Coast – has for a long while held a special place in my heart. Many happy memories stem from this corner of the world, not to mention I am a total sucker for a dramatic coastline, so naturally the day arrived when I decided I just had to shoot there. I always strive to showcase as much as possible of the country’s great landscapes in my wedding photography and fittingly this shoot, albeit windy as heck, felt like it was simply meant to happen. I’d already sourced a couple of dresses should the occasion arise – and I wanted to keep it quick and simple, so I contacted wonderful model Holly Drinkwater and super talented flower queen Elspeth Louise Flowers who were kind enough to say yes to this adventure.
I hope this will inspire more brides to go the alternative way with their wedding photography, ditch dated traditions and make their special day suit their personalities.
So here we have it, keep scrolling to see the results!
Flowers | Elspeth Louise Flowers
Model | Holly Drinkwater
Dresses | Needle and Thread and ASOS