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Iscoyd Park Wedding Photography Inspiration Shoot

By Claire

All the pho­tog­ra­phy is sup­plied by Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy, and Mary and Greg have also sup­plied infor­ma­tion to accom­pany each of the scenes from their bridal shoot. The beau­ti­ful mod­els are the pho­tog­ra­phers’ real clients Penny, Laura, Claire and Sophie.

Josephine back­less wed­ding dress by Sabina Motasem

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If you’ve got it, flaunt it — as Pippa Mid­dle­ton would quite rightly say! What a beau­ti­ful dress — and the back neck­lace is the per­fect acces­sory. The dress shown above is ‘Josephine’ by Sabina Motasem Bride. Back neck­lace by and one off vin­tage head piece ‘Evie’, sup­plied by Bespoke Tiaras by Sarah Roberts.
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Ele­gant bridal lux­ury at Iscoyd Park

An inspi­ra­tional col­lab­o­ra­tive shoot was organ­ised at pri­vately owned Iscoyd Park bring­ing together the very cream of bridal­wear brands known for ele­gant bridal lux­ury and the tal­ents of the ulti­mate dream team: Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy, Wed­ding Genie, Sabina Motasem Bride, Silk Brides, The Bespoke Tai­lor, Sarah Roberts and Lizzie Grif­fiths. What a fab­u­lous, fun day it was too!

Iscoyd Park, a beau­ti­ful Geor­gian Coun­try House, nes­tled in Shrop­shire, was the per­fect back­drop for the shoot, mix­ing old and new Hol­ly­wood styles with a glam­orous upstairs/downstairs revival theme. A per­fect place for peace, quiet, beauty as well as being acces­si­ble, with lit­tle dis­trac­tions and no one else around, for a wed­ding or pri­vate house party it really is the per­fect exclu­sive inti­mate venue.

Multi award win­ning UK wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phers Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy, who spe­cialise in doc­u­men­tary pho­to­jour­nal­ism with fine art fin­ish­ing, cap­tured all the amaz­ing pic­tures and asked four of their real clients, Penny, Laura, Claire and Sophie, to act as female mod­els on the day. Julie Daw­son lead­ing wed­ding plan­ner at Wed­ding Genie brought every­one together and curated the shoot, UK’s newest and tal­ented bridal design­ers Sabina Motasem Bride brought dresses from her lat­est col­lec­tion, Jo Reyner from Silk Brides, one of the best bridal shops in the UK, loaned dresses from Jenny Pack­ham, Pronovias and David Fielden, Adrian Bur­rows from the The Bespoke Tai­lor loaned Eng­lish Gen­tle­men suits with cloth sourced and hand­made in the UK worn by our male model Leon from the Alan Shar­man agency. Sarah Roberts, a super tal­ented hair styl­ist, also pro­vided all the beau­ti­ful vin­tage inspired jew­ellery, head pieces and jew­ellery, and tal­ented make up artist Lizzie Grif­fiths cre­ated all the pretty looks to com­ple­ment on the day.

Yvette short wed­ding dress by Sabina Motasem

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Mary of Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy says, “The Upstairs Down­stairs styling to this pho­tog­ra­phy was easy to realize on the day we shot, given the design and detail­ing of the wed­ding dresses, along with the loca­tion and envi­ron­ment of this wed­ding venue decor and the dap­per and styl­ish tai­lor­ing, we were back in the 1930?s within a flash. Com­ple­mented with hair design, Art Deco acces­sories and make up befit­ting the era, our real client loved the over­all fin­ish­ing brought together by our expe­ri­enced wed­ding team.” The vin­tage one-off head piece ‘Sophie’ with a 1930’s brooch as the cen­tre­piece was sup­plied by Bespoke Tiaras by Sarah Roberts, Lon­don.
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Colette wed­ding dress with lace by Sabina Motasem

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This wed­ding dress is sheer ele­gance — with a lit­tle lace (or not!) and that exquis­ite head­piece — it’s called ‘Flo­rence’ and com­ple­mented with Swarovski pearl and crys­tal drop neck­lace and ear­rings, sup­plied by Bespoke Tiaras by Sarah Roberts, London.

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Saskia designer wed­ding dress style by Jenny Packham

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This beau­ti­ful Jenny Pack­ham gown is ‘Saskia’ (with­out the accom­pa­ny­ing detach­able shoul­der bows), from the Jenny Pack­ham Spring/Summer 2012 col­lec­tion, which was sup­plied by stock­ist Silk Brides of Lich­field in Stafford­shire. Isn’t she stun­ning?
Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

The Bespoke Tai­lor — bespoke tai­lors across the UK

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Model Leon is the per­fect Eng­lish Gen­tle­man…
Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Abaco wed­ding dress by Pronovias

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This lovely ruched wed­ding gown by Pronovias is com­ple­mented with a del­i­cate head­piece by Sarah Roberts: the design is called Paris.
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Dalia jew­elled wed­ding dress by Jenny Packham

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot
Mod­elled beau­ti­fully in the ball­room at Iscoyd Park, Dalia is a gor­geous exam­ple of Jenny Packham’s unique bridal style. The one-off vin­tage head piece from Sarah Roberts is ‘Vic­to­ria’ with Swarovski pearl clus­ter ear­rings bridal jew­ellery.
Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

David Fielden designer bridalwear

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot
David Fielden designer bridal­wear above — Lux­ury in every detail — this is dress style ‘7308’ from the Sposa 2012 – designer wed­ding dress col­lec­tion, which was sup­plied by stock­ist Silk Brides of Lich­field in Staffordshire.

Sil­aba wed­ding dress by Pronovias

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Mary Ash­ford tells me, “We were so pleased to be able to pho­to­graph our real client above, in this roman­ti­cally beau­ti­ful, daz­zling wed­ding dress and cathe­dral veil, hand-stitched edge rib­bon with pin head Swarovski crys­tals, with her vin­tage lug­gage cases and trousseau trunk.“
Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Iscoyd Park wedding photography inspiration shoot

Wed­ding sup­plier information:

Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy:

Cheshire based Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy, and founders Mary Ash­ford and Mas­ter Pho­tog­ra­pher Greg Daly are on a mis­sion to return to the glory days of pho­tog­ra­phy, when cap­tur­ing images was decid­edly more rock ‘n’ roll than plug and play. Spe­cial­is­ing in doc­u­men­tary wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phy with a pho­to­jour­nal­ism reportage style of cov­er­age across the UK to won­der­ful des­ti­na­tion wed­ding venues here in Great Britain and Inter­na­tion­ally over­seas, they also pro­vide fun con­tem­po­rary lifestyle fam­ily por­trai­ture pho­tog­ra­phy and pro­duce their own Lim­ited Edi­tion Fine Art Pho­to­graph Print Col­lec­tions — Con­sid­ered experts in their field, blend­ing excep­tional tech­ni­cal skills with a pas­sion for cap­tur­ing the extra­or­di­nary in a world of plain old ordi­nary, they are multi-award win­ning, and have been pub­lished in many local, national and inter­na­tional bridal, wed­ding and pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­phy mag­a­zines and indus­try pub­li­ca­tions. For read­ers inter­ested in hear­ing more about their pho­to­graphic cov­er­age or for fur­ther infor­ma­tion, please check out the web­site: http://www.ashforddalyphotography.com or their online Mag­a­zine Blog: http://www.ashforddalyphotography.com/blog or email: [email protected] to make your enquiry about their pho­to­graphic services.

Wed­ding Genie:

Wed­ding Genie are com­mit­ted to a dif­fer­ent style of wed­ding plan­ning. We want every cou­ple to have the wed­ding they dreamed of, but, our efforts are to focus on the cou­ple get­ting mar­ried and not the thou­sands of pounds the wed­ding indus­try some­times dic­tates they spend. We believe in a strong foun­da­tion for the start of mar­ried life and that is where we con­cen­trate our efforts. At the begin­ning of our jour­ney into the world of plan­ning and coor­di­na­tion we were trained by a Wed­ding Plan­ning com­pany called Magic Dust. We adopted their phi­los­o­phy because we agreed with their exem­plary method of cus­tomer and ser­vice deliv­ery. Wed­ding Genie are part of a select group of wed­ding plan­ners invited by Magic Dust to be part of their men­tor­ing program.

Sabina Motasem:

Sabina Motasem Bride is UK’s best kept bridal secret with lux­u­ri­ously under­stated ele­gant wed­ding and cock­tail dresses. The dresses oozes the glam­our and sophis­ti­ca­tion of old and new Hol­ly­wood, using geom­e­try and sim­plic­ity com­bined with sim­ple shapes with a quirky mod­ern edge. Head designer at Sabina Motasem Bride, Sabina Ali, found inspi­ra­tion for the col­lec­tion from the style and glam­our of iconic per­form­ers the Folies Berg­eres in 1900s — 1930s Paris, with each dress named after an inspi­ra­tional lady. Dresses have optional designer details, are priced between £900 – £1950, made in the UK, can be altered to fit and deliv­ered within two months through­out the UK and inter­na­tion­ally. Shorter timescales are pos­si­ble from one week. To book an appoint­ment email [email protected]

Silk Brides:

We have stun­ning col­lec­tions from design­ers includ­ing Jenny Pack­ham, Sassi Hol­ford, David Fielden, Blue Bridal­wear, Jesus Peiro and Pronovias. We have a great selec­tion of styles and there really is some­thing for every­one. Our prices range from £1500 to £2800, and we also have a few dresses at around £1100. Silk is located in a beau­ti­ful barn con­ver­sion just 3 miles from the Cathe­dral city of Lich­field in Stafford­shire. We’re really easy to reach and brides travel from all over the coun­try, and beyond to visit us. See our loca­tion map or con­tact us. We really look for­ward to meet­ing you soon at Silk.

The Bespoke Tai­lor:

The Bespoke Tai­lor is a firm of vis­it­ing tai­lors. With tai­lors based in Lon­don, Birm­ing­ham and Man­ches­ter, we cover the entire U.K, the home of British tai­lor­ing. Adrian Bar­rows who runs The Bespoke Tai­lor offer a vis­it­ing ser­vice which allows my clients to stay at home or work and for me to come to them. I am a spe­cial­ist in British milled fab­rics and have great pas­sion for the work I pro­duce. My ser­vice is avail­able through­out the U.K and beyond.

Sarah Roberts Tiaras and Hair Styling:

Sarah Roberts is a hair styl­ist with her own salon, who has been styling bridal hair for over 17 years. She is also the designer behind Bespoke Tiaras by Sarah Roberts. Sarah cre­ates beau­ti­ful hand crafted jew­elled head­bands, tiaras and bridal jew­ellery. Designed around a vin­tage ele­ment, these pieces are com­pletely indi­vid­ual. Sarah’s exten­sive expe­ri­ence in bridal hair makes it easy for her to cre­ate gor­geous, com­fort­able and well bal­anced pieces that will sit beau­ti­fully with you cho­sen hair style, giv­ing the per­fect look for your spe­cial day.

Lizzie Grif­fiths — MUA:

Liz Grif­fiths is a pro­fes­sion­ally qual­i­fied con­sul­tant free­lance Hair and Make-up Artist, spe­cial­is­ing in Bridal and Pho­to­graphic Hair and Make-up. I have had a pas­sion for Hair & Make-up since I was very young, I would spend hours look­ing through mag­a­zines copy­ing make-up and hair looks. While I was com­plet­ing my CIDESCO Diploma in Beauty Ther­apy in 2004 I worked for MAC Cos­met­ics and work­ing for them con­firmed for me that a Make-up Artist was the per­fect career for me! As well as wed­dings I also reg­u­larly work with multi-award win­ning Ash­ford Daly Pho­tog­ra­phy, whose work has been fea­tured in Cos­mopoli­tan Bride, Live Cheshire Mag­a­zine and Pure Wed­dings Magazine.

Iscoyd Park:

Iscoyd Park is a pri­vately owned fam­ily home and award-winning coun­try house wed­ding venue on the bor­der of North Wales, Shrop­shire and Cheshire. Now run as a top-quality coun­try wed­ding venue, pri­vate party and cor­po­rate event retreat as well as a home. The house has always been known for its warmth and hos­pi­tal­ity, and lux­u­ri­ous fin­ish­ing touches, and this is a tra­di­tion that will cer­tainly con­tinue to shine through vis­i­bly and into your own wed­ding day!


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