Afternoon my lovelies…
As promised here is part two of our styled shoot, and today it’s all about the details… and the food. The main courses cooked by the head chef at The Farm looked incredible. I also know that their food tastes incredible too, as I was lucky enough to enjoy a three course dinner there last weekend. If you’re looking for a venue for your pre wedding shoot, or perhaps somewhere to host an engagement party or bridal shower, then look no further. The love The Farm… it’s beautiful, organic and offers something a little different to your usual Dubai restaurants.
The shoot was organised by Maria, and she gathered the vendors together to create one beautiful setting. I styled the shoot, and took care of the details and the decor. Each vendor contributed 100% and without the help of every person, this shoot wouldn’t of happened. It’s a great feeling knowing that all your hard work has paid off… #feelingproud
The tipi was created by myself using lace tassels and an old blanket. It was actually pretty easy to put together, and as you can see, it makes for a delightful little backdrop. The vintage accessories are Maria’s own.. and I must admit, I’m just a little bit obsessed with this antique binoculars.
I don’t want to brag but I actually made this cake myself.. Luckily for me Maria has made it look even better than it did in real life!
A delicious display of food was provided by the head chef at The Farm. We were treated to Chicken camembert with avocado, and Lamb ribs, with fondant potatoes.
I want to thank all the people who made this happen..
Credits go to…
Belle Noel Glamour Necklace – West LA
Kill City Wire Fatigue Skinny Jean – West LA
Bride’s Vintage Shoes – Bambah
Dress – Moirai Style
Veil – Moirai Style
Birdcage veil – Moirai Style
White Shirt – Moirai Style
Navy Bow tie – Moirai Style
Socks – Happy Socks
Navy suit jacket – Groom’s own
Vintage hat – Vintage store Europe
Groom’s Shoes – Groom’s own
Venue – The Farm Dubai
Happy planning my lovely readers xx