So with Diversity Wedding Workshops well on its way, it's an amazing experience providing talented photographers with the opportunity to have creative and diverse content for their portfolios, but it's not all about the photographers, couples matter too. Diversity Wedding workshops are a space for all couples from all backgrounds regardless of gender, religion or your race. The point is that Diversity workshops are a fun space to represent everyone in the wedding industry and every couple out there.
We are now on our 3rd one and it was set in the most stunning luxury venue, Ashridge House ( you may recognise it, it's where Sam Smith filmed their latest song ‘ Im not here to make friends’). It's set on historical grounds that go on for miles.
Have a look at the gorgeous photos that the group of talented photographers took!
Wedding themes play a huge part in making a day stand out, of course, the couple makes it the most but setting that style that represents you. We base our shoots on real couples that I pick, I get to know them and then provide a board for the group with help from fabulous stylists.
This workshop I wanted to provide bold colours with hints of softness, using forest greens, mustards and then finishing it off with pinks that provided that palette for all. With the help of the talented stylist Nicola, our vision came to life and provided amazing content for all.
Well what can I say about the couple, Andrew & Tosin are the most beautiful people i have ever seen, the shoot gave them a feel on what to expect on their wedding day, which will be next month in the South of France.
Are you wanting to be at the next styled shoot workshop, then please contact me, to add yourself to the list.
The talented team involved:
Wedding Designer /Wedding Planner @taniarussellweddings
Leading Photographer @joelvis_photo
Couple @itsandrewodong & @teesjourney
Prop Hire @storieseventhire
Custom Banners @daydreamer_creative_studio
Confetti Bombs @yourconfetti
Photographers and videographer on the day