Behind the Scenes at our Winter 2016 Photo Shoot
The North-West Brides photoshoot team fell in love with an enchanting castle on a private island in the county of Femanagh known as Belle Isle Estate. This 17th-Century venue is an dreamy and secluded location for the most romantic of weddings and, more importantly to us, a photoshoot!
North-West Brides were delighted to work with Claire’s Hair Studio, (Omagh) Advanced Beauty, (Enniskillen) Pearls and Lace, (Donegal Town) Ella Rose Handcrafted Jewellery, (Omagh) Goldmine Jewellers, (Omagh) Blooming Lovely Florist, (Enniskillen) Shuphoric, (Enniskillen) Lovebox Wedding Stationery, (Omagh) and our model Bridie Magee on this photoshoot and love the feature in our new winter edition which is in shops now!
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The theme for the North-West Brides winter photoshoot was one of grandeur and sophistication to match the location at Belle Isle Estate. The colour palette for the shoot was based around rich golds, warm browns and ivory. We introduced elements of tweed, lace and feathers to emphasize the winter element of the shoot.
Check out some of the behind the scenes photos for the day and see some of the faces behind the photoshoot!
Jude Browne & Karol McGonigle – 1st and 2nd photographers (respectively) for North-West Brides
Claire Campbell – Hairstylist and owner of Claire’s Hair Studio (also her husband Graeme)
Jacqueline McCafferty – Make-up artist and owner of Advanced Beauty
Carole Murray – Bridal consultant and owner of Pearls and Lace Bridal Boutique
Colleen Maguire – Milliner, crafter and owner of Ella Rose Handcrafted Jewellery
Catherine Cassidy – Stylist at North-West Brides
Mairead Kelly – Co-ordinator at North-West Brides