I do LOVE being invited to be part of a wedding shoot – it’s such a great opportunity to be creative and to meet with other talented wedding professionals. When I was asked if I would like to join a Flower Fairy meets Dip-Dye photo shoot being organised by Megan from Typical Type and Tiree from Tiree Dawson Photography I jumped at the chance – the line up of wedding professionals was A* and Askham Hall just a stunning back-drop.
So how to dip-dye a macaron? I did try a dip-dye effect on my macarons by painting the shells but I wasn’t pleased with the finished result so I decided to create a dip-dye effect by using piping in graduated colours. The common thread between the Flower Fairy and Dip-Dye theme was glitter and gold so to each macaron shell a little bit of edible gold leaf was added. I was so pleased with the overall result.
For my wedding macaron cake I again created a dip-dye effect but this time by producing a dusky pink ombre tower dressed with whispy foliage and co-ordinating flowers arranged by Michelle at Valerie Ann’s. The festoon and LITTLE hearts from Typical Type made the whole atmosphere truly magical – totally flower fairies.
Here are so more stunning shots taken by Tiree from the photo shoot.
Just breathtaking dresses from Legend Bridal Designs and tweeds from Alison The Shepherdess. Sophie’s dress with the purple petals and pearls just blew me away. Hair: Katie Simpson Hair and Make up: Aimée Chorley
All the styling was created by Nina Marika – who created wonderful, truly magical table settings.
But today I am finishing off with a little bit of fairy magic – thanks to Summer and Farrah.