FOLKLORE inspired - featuring a 1930s vintage wedding dress.
What do we mean when we say FOLKLORE inspired? We mean Taylor Swift's STUNNING lockdown album of course.
Arguably already one of the greatest and most enduring albums ever made.
How could we not want to collaborate and style our own homage shoot as we eased out of lockdown?
If you haven't already watched the peaceful and mindful lyric videos - go do so! They are transformative in their beauty and inspiring in their simplicity.
This shoot is how we imagined a Folklore inspired wedding would play out - AND this is a new kind of post for Cambridge Vintage Bridal, just visual and featuring a few gifs.
(Well, certainly not for SEO benefits! But alas, people know how to find us on Etsy).
We felt that this collaborative shoot content just needed to be seen and speaks for itself without any editorial commentary, just like a piece of art - it needs to to be taken in, sucked up and remembered.
If you like what you see, full credits for the shoot team can be found at the end of this post.
If you like what you see and you would like to get THIS LOOK for your wedding, please follow and contact the following businesses via instagram:
wooden boards @jonlemouche
silk ribbons @bertieandfred
couple @ceemeandtea @southofnorfolk
The vintage wedding dress featured in this shoot is from the 1930s, so it is at least 81 years old.
You can view this vintage gown via the Cambridge Vintage Bridal Shop.