Behind the scenes......

And the adventure begins.....
An adapt way to start this blog post as we feel we are starting a new adventure, a wedding adventure! 
We were luck enough to be invited to take part in this styled wedding shoot at Manchester eaterie The Refinery in Spinningfields XYZ building. (BTW the decor is AMAZING and the staff so friendly!)
Based on the greenery style wedding theme which is huge this season we decided the only way to go was to incorporate some digital print with black gloss foil- we produced wedding stationery and on the day products such as a cake-topper and menu in conjunction with leading Manchester calligrapher Artsynibs
Also involved in the project we were lucky enough to be working with some of Manchesters best wedding crew- honestly if you are getting married you would be a fool not to hire this dream team! 
Gorgeous bohemian vintage style boutique Frock n soul were kind enough to supply some amazing and beautiful dresses. 
Ourselves and Artsynibs supplied the stationery whilst the very talented florists Frog flowers furnished the shoot with some exquisite foliage that fitted the theme perfectly. The frankly succulent gorgeous cake (honestly the best I've ever tasted and I've tasted a few...) was made by the lovely Natalie- cakestudio One tier was carrot cake with cream cheese and the other was lemon shiffon sponge with fresh berries and cream filling (my mouth is watering just writing this!!) 
Capturing the moments was the cleverly accomplished photographer Leah Lombardi (more of her amazing photos on a later blog post)
Below are a few from behind the scenes....
The lovely Becca from Frock n Soul making a few last minute adjustments
Artsynibs gorgeous calligraphy style writing looking fantastic on a watercolour background
Natalie from cakestudio preparing the amazingly gorgeous cake that fitted the theme perfectly
Perfect flowers and foliage from the talented Frog flowers
Stationery before the setup- it was difficult to choose which combo to go for.

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