A same-sex Labyrinth-inspired wedding shoot that moves the stars for no one #Wedding Porn#fantasy wedding#lesbian weddings#LGBTQ#movies#styled shoot#uk Updated May 16 2020 (Posted Oct 2 2018) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photos by: Lex Fleming Photography Photos by Lex Fleming Photography The power of voodoo! Labyrinth fans, this one is for you. This Labyrinth wedding inspiration shoot combines the fantasy of a fairyland wedding with the reality of an English Tudor castle backdrop. Florals with glass globes and touches of ultra-violet, a gingerbread maze wedding cake, a modern labyrinth wedding dress take on Sarah's fantasy ball gown, and even light-up shoes. Wait until you see the styling with owl feathers, clocks, and masks… as well as bubbling custom cocktails inspired by the bog of eternal stench. Here's a little bit from the dress designer, Felicity Westmacott, on how it all came about… As a child of the 1980s, the film Labyrinth was a core part of my film experience growing up. Not only is it a beautiful film with gorgeous visuals and effects but it's an empowering story about female resilience, a rare thing amongst so many romantic princess films back then. With the underlying story of female empowerment, nothing seemed more right than to start with the idea of a female couple, styling one after Sarah in her amazing fantasy ball dress and the other after David Bowie's Jareth in all his elfin glory, but both updated and with a modern twist. I designed the Sarah labyrithn wedding dress with removable sleeves and overskirt, giving her options to change her look. We wanted two main backgrounds for our shoot, the maze for atmosphere and the gorgeous paneled interior to echo the ball scene from the film. As home to Anne Boleyn, Hever Castle is famous for its long history with all the traditional elements one could desire from a castle wedding venue: a moat, drawbridge, battlements, maze, and beautiful gardens. How you turn my world, you precious thing. Are you ready to see this Labyrinth-inspired wedding shoot? Related Post This Labyrinth wedding of two ladies is already a cult classic with us Emma and Rebecca's Labyrinth wedding took place in Mesnes Park in Wigan, UK. From the music (Magic Dance!) to the costumes (just wait until you see the goblins and fireys… Read More Related Post Labyrinth wedding inspiration: this IS the babe with the power This month is the 30th (holy shit!) anniversary of one of my all-time favorite movies, Labyrinth. Is anyone seeing the movie in theaters? If not, I'll do you one better.… Read More Vendors Photography: Lex Fleming Photography • Dress: Felicity Westmacott, bespoke wedding dressmaker • Planner/stylist: Laura Devine, Devine Bride • Headpiece: McFayden Millinery • Hair and makeup: Moira Borg and Ann-Marie Lawson • Gingerbread labyrinth: Maid of Gingerbread • Watercolour clock stationery designs: London Wedding Stationery • Calligraphy: Smitten with Ink • Cocktails: Lucy Barrow of Mix and Twist Bartending • Floral design: Green and Envy • Shoes: Elusive Rabbit • Venue: Hever Castle in Kent • Jewellery: The Great Frog And just for the fun of it, let's look at some more of dressmaker Felicity Westmacott's work This ombre dress OMFG Or you like ombre in blue? Here's Felicity's $900 version of the labyrinth wedding dress! Related Post Elegance overflows at this misty Halloween ballet wedding inspiration This Halloween-themed spooky inspiration shoot was set in Payson, Arizona, where a fire had burned down the forest. Set in-between the trees, they staged a romantic Halloween ballet. There were… Read More Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS This intimate French-American wedding of two pilots had an unforgettable ceremony entrance NEXT Which of these stunning types of wedding bands would your partner rock? (pun intended) Show/Hide comments [ 16 ] Wow, just WOW!! Labyrinth was my faborite movie growing up (who am I kidding, it still is my favorite!), and this shoot is what dreams are made of… I better up my dress-making game to create my own labyrinth inspired gown for my own eventual masquerade wedding. Love the idea of the removeavle sleeves and overskirt. Convertible clothing is my THING! ? Reply (Now I’ll have the Labyrinth soundtrack stuck in my head all day…that’s a good way to start a Tuesday!) Reply Where can I find the pants/blouse the other bride is wearing? Reply sooo late to the party to reply, but you can order them from me (the designer) direct or through my etsy shop. http://www.felicitywestmacott.co.uk thank you for the love 🙂 Reply Just wow. Holy super duper wow. I mean, how did someone dream this up. Incredible. Clapping. Reply Gorgeous and creative and wonderful! I'm squealing internally in my office. 😀 Reply Holy gorgeousness! If anyone has leads on where those boots are from, let me know! I absolutely need them in my life. Reply hey, dress designer from the shoot here, the boots were 'models own' as they say, in this case from Marks and Spencer, but I don't know how long ago, or if they are still available! Reply Still something to go on, thanks! Reply Designer: "This photoshoot is about female empowerment" Also designer: Makes invitations say "Mr and Mrs Husbandname Lastname" ? Reply Hi, the dress designer and shoot instigator here. I did not create the invitations, but in the stationary designers' defence that's probably just her standard format from a template design someplace, not her own words. But I agree, unfortunate placement. Reply That's just a standard formal invitation – most, if not all standard formal invitations will always be "Mr and Mrs His Name," according to every etiquette book you'll ever read or class you'll ever take. That doesn't mean that any of this was lacking in female empowerment. Why would you bother trying to take away from something so beautiful? Reply Felicity's answer is more fortunate and appropriate that your words. If you cant contribute to some thorny subject, please keep mum. xoxo Reply Everything is gorgeous! Such creativity and attention to detail! I'm blown away, really. I hope these lovely newlyweds have plenty of beauty, joy, and magic in their lives together. <3 Reply Insanely, mind-blowingly gorgeous! I'm totally dead from the labyrinth-esque glitz and glamour! Beautiful couple! Health and happiness to you both! Reply I’m speechless…just looking at this makes me want to get married all over again! Vow renewal time…! Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. 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