Photoshoot – Our Creative Team

We couldn’t think of a more perfect way to give you a sneak peek of some of the stunning bridal and grooms-wear pieces set to grace the catwalk of The Designer Wedding Show than through a shamelessly indulgent fashion shoot! The excitement is just palpable here at DWS Headquarters pulling together a fabulous team of creatives to style our upcoming photoshoot.

d3s20391 Photoshoot   Our Creative Team

“Fashion changes, but style endures” – Coco Chanel

The location was an obvious choice, the grounds of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham is simply perfect in setting an effortlessly stylish scene for the shoot and creates a beautiful backdrop for our photography.

With the location checked off the list our next port of call was to pull together a team of experts to bring the fashion shoot to life and boy did we get the team!  Styling the event we have the incomparable talent of Pearl & Godiva.  Pearl and her team are simply masterminds in creating exquisitely bespoke shoots, capturing true individualistic charm in every subtle detail.

The talent behind the cameras takes the form of our photographer Shane O’ Neill of Aspect Photography and videographer Tomek of Cinematic Weddings.  Whether it is in the field of weddings or commercial media Shane exudes a natural ability to capture stunning artistic imagery with a sharp fashionable edge.  Tomek will be putting his undisputed skills to use in producing creative documentary of the shoot.  Cinematic Weddings produced films take a cinematic approach with each beautifully shot scene as mesmerising as the next. Please keep posted for further updates on the shoot and our team of wedding experts through our website, Twitter and Facebook page.

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