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Will you be converted by this subtle approach to an alternative style?
Images courtesy of Amy Davies Photography
Photographer and shoot coordinator Amy Davies set out to create a dramatic look for this project. “There are lots of extremes when it comes to the gothic style,” she says, but admits that none of them are likely to appeal greatly to a bride who might consider her everyday style somewhat short of alternative. “So, we chose a broadly gothic theme with plenty of smiles and laughter, paired with a soft and light twist,” she continues before adding: “It is possible to have a black wedding dress without the black lipstick!”
So, Amy headed off with her models, Chloe and Ollie (who are a real couple and clearly very much in love) first to St Mary De Haura Church in Shoreham to create a just-wed feel, before moving on to Rottingdean Windmill.
Venues, St Mary De Haura Church, www.stmarydehaura.org.uk | Rottingdean Windmill, www.rottingdeanvillage.org.uk/rottingdean-windmill | Photographer, Amy Davies Photography, www.amydaviesphotography.com | Dresses, Lucy Can’t Dance, www.lucycantdance.com | ASOS, www.asos.com | Hair and make-up, Charlotte Amelia Artistry, www.instagram.com/charlotteameliaartistry | Flowers, Flowers4, www.flowers4.co.uk | Models, Ollie and Chloe, www.instagram.com/itschloeandollie