Wedding Fashion: Art Deco Bride
PUBLISHED: 10:07 12 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:45 19 October 2015
The glamour of the 1920s is the inspiration for this wedding photoshoot in St Albans created by Hertfordshire creatives and wedding specialists
Art director, stylist, hair and headwear
Lisa Jayne studied costume at London College of Fashion and millinery at Kensington and Chelsea College. Her millinery specialisation has led to styling headwear for photoshoots and styling commissions.
Owen Harvey is a London-based photographer specialising in people and corporate photography. He has a colorful and energetic style and believes great creativity is often the result of team effort.
Make up and nails
Aleksandra Fryzlewicz is a make-up and nail artist trained by leading industry professionals. She has worked in fashion, editorial, music videos, short movies, commercials and with celebrities.
Frances Lane and Lianne Louise Casey
Award-winning St Albans boutique The Bride carries a selection of handmade gowns by celebrated British dressmakers Sassi Holford, Suzanne Neville, Stephanie Allin and Jenny Packham.
Heritage classic cars in Redbourn supplied the Austin built in the 1920s when the company was producing first-class vehicles with a reputation for reliability and style.
St Albans Cathedral, the oldest site of Christian worship in Britain.
Café Rouge restaurant on Holywell Hill is housed in the Art Deco former Seed Hall of the Ryder’s Seeds company - made hugely successful by Sameul Ryder, founder of golf’s Ryder Cup.
Clarion Collection Hotel is a Grade II listed Art Deco building opposite Café Rouge built in 1911 by Samuel Ryder as the HQ of his successful seed company. It retains many original features including leaded light room screens, sweeping staircase and a magnificent mahogany and stained glass dome. Ryder’s original fireplace surround with hand carved initials stands in his private office, now the principal meeting and function room.
The Green Houseis a War on Waste outlet recycling, restoring and repairing furniture ‘transforming ugly ducklings into à la mode swans’.