I Do Love To Be Sweet Beside The Seaside – Styled Shoot at Worthing Dome

by Michelle

We’re delighted today to bring you a seaside sweet as candy wedding shoot at Worthing Dome in West Sussex. You’ll recognise this charming and iconic venue from this recent post on the blog. The Dome itself is a stunning example of Edwardian opulence and splendour and is extremely instagrammable, you and your guests will just love it.

This shoot brings together so many talented suppliers who are all credited below, and the central theme of the shoot was to take a traditional nautical vibe in recognition of Worthing Dome’s fabulous seaside location, combine this with a pastel perfection sugary sweet palette and add a dash of seaside motifs just for fun.

We’re sure that all the fun and flavours of the seaside resonate with everyone, and this is not only echoed in the nod to fish and chips and childhood sweets but also super cute nautical wedding stationery, and the candy coloured cake all captured beautifully by Teddy Pig Photography. Over to Natalie, Weddings Manager at Worthing Dome Events now for more details.

What was the inspiration for the shoot?

The shoot’s location is a wedding venue and a stone’s throw from the sea, which couples often draw from when styling their wedding. Keeping this as our inspiration, we decided to reinterpret the theme.

Where and when did the shoot take place? Can you tell us anything further about the location?

The shoot took place in and around the Worthing Dome. The building is an iconic landmark in the area, with a working cinema, first built in 1911. The building has many different styled spaces and we wanted to showcase everything it has.

Describe the style of the shoot. Was there a specific theme?

Re-imagining the traditional seaside theme with sugary sweet colouring and seaside motifs.

What was the main focus of the shoot? What were you promoting?

The Worthing Dome had an upcoming wedding fair organised by Margot’s Wedding and we thought it would be the perfect opportunity for exhibiting suppliers to work together and promote the event.

What were the highlights from the shoot?

The excitement and enthusiasm brought by all the suppliers, we were blown away by their creativity.

Gallery

The Supporting Cast

Venue: Worthing Dome Events

Organisers:  Natalie Hayes, Wedding Manager at Worthing Dome Events

Helen Ruff, Editor of Margot’s Wedding Magazine

Photographer: Teddy Pig Photography

Wedding Dresses: Rosemary Jane Bride

Stationery:  Letters from Emily & Cat Creative

Florist: Sussex Florals

Jewellery: Ora James & Aurum Jewellers

Chair Covers: Quirky Covers

Light Up Letters: Doris Loves

Cake: Cakebuds

Hair: Bridal Hair Company

Make Up: Laura Naise

Styling: Colour Pop Occasions

 

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