There is so much going at the moment with Covid, lots of companies, planners, stylists, photographers, this is just a pinch of suppliers that are trying to make the most of their time and keep themselves busy, active and creative.
Its been hard for all but you really have to keep yourself out there, keep your creative juices flowing, keep your customers present and new ones intrigued with designs. Ajay from Blue Jay Photography and The Wild Halo defiantly came together and created a sexy moody styling shoot. Together they created an intimate space, perfect for that micro wedding, perfect for couples who don't want to get lost in the outside world, that just want to be cosy and enjoy their day with the ones they really want to be there. There shoot was set in a stunning industrial venue 'The Engine Room' in the heart of Digbeth in Birmingham.
I love candles, i would have candles everywhere if i could, there is something super sexy about them, The Wild Halo, defiantly hit the jack pot by using them throughout the theme along with their beautiful foliage table runner adds so much depth and texture - a seductive feel comes to mind.
Here's what both Blue Jay Photography & The Wild Halo Had to say:
During the worst year for the wedding industry to date, three rebel suppliers came together to
showcase our shiny new businesses. In the heart of Digbeth lies the Engine Room; an intimate industrial
venue perfect for a modern or alternative wedding. The Wild Halo styled the scene with a moody
candlelit boho dinner party; lit purely by candlelight and accented by white organza for a ghostly
affluence, and an exposed brick setting for a rustic world feel. Ajay of Blue Jay Photography used the
candlelight and low lit vibes to create some atmospheric and textured shots. What we’ve created is a
warm and welcoming, rustic winter do for a couple full of character and personality.