Tropical London Microwedding Inspiration

Since the days of Covid, a lot of the ideas of how and what you should be doing for your wedding have gone out the window. Cool city elopement? Sure. Big boho bash out in a forest? Why not. There are no rules anymore, which I LOVE. So when I was asked to be a part of this incredible team of suppliers, I jumped at it. This tropical London microwedding inspiration photoshoot was so much fun to shoot, with gorgeous rich styling and bright beautiful makeup. As destination weddings were out of the picture for so long, we wanted to bring a tropical paradise to the city, for the ultimate city elopement inspiration.

Hosted by Mortimer House, we had use of their loft and gallery, with big warehouse-style windows, green leather booths and balcony. Perfect for a wedding with just your nearest and dearest. We had Studio Dine and Salad Studios teamed up on styling and florals respectively.¬† They used tropical colours and jewel tones, with fresh fruit, bright flowers and funky glassware to bring it all together. On hair and make-up we had Abi Taylor, working her magic on the stunning Meera. Abi gave Meera fresh skin with a pop of fuchsia pink across her eyes. She also styled her hair in a ‘I just woke up like this’ chic vibe. Meera’s bright yellow mini-dress was from And Other Stories, and paired with Missoma earrings.

The London Microwedding Photoshoot supplier dream team:

Dress: And Other Stories

Florist – Salad Studios

Make up/Hair – Abi Taylor

Venue – Mortimer House

Stylists – Studio Dine

Tableware – Maison Margaux

Candles – Fairholme Studio

Model – Meera

I love the mix of urban and industrial with soft textures and bold natural colours. With the change in people’s attitude towards weddings and how they ‘should‘ be done, this shoot was a perfect representation of the wedding industry post-Covid. If you’re planning a London microwedding of your own and are in need of a photographer, you can take a look at more of my work and my packages¬†here. If you’re considering a microwedding but are still on the fence about it, take a look at my blog post all about why you should have a microwedding.

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