Recently, a group of talented and passionate bridal industry professionals gathered at exclusive ‘Kingsford Estate’ in the Barossa Valley (which you may or may not know was the former home of the popular television series – McLeod’s Daughters) for a collaborative bridal photoshoot, featuring everything from hair and makeup artistry to couture, event styling, florals and photography.
The photoshoot was arranged by Rachele Ainslie and Kate Trimboli who are the talented duo behind the newly launched Barossa Style Bar Hair & Makeup Artistry. Both are experienced and successful in their own right but have recently joined forces to provide a cohesive service for brides. Both ladies have a passion for providing not only Barossa, but Adelaide brides with a highly professional, yet beautifully personal wedding experience where attention to detail, style and beyond friendly service are paramount.
The inspiration for model Eliza’s look was a classic bridal style highlighting all of the elegance and sophistication of the Barossa region. A flawless base paired with a bold red lip and sleek chignon hairstyle were the perfect match. A freeform bridal bouquet of predominantly white and cream blooms with rambling greenery were the perfect touch to complete the creative vision.
The homestead itself coupled with props and styling from Barossa Styling & Events offered many photographic opportunities to enhance this bridal style including a polished wooden staircase with picture windows, luxe bathrooms and the rustic beauty and warmth of the century old stone walls in the shearing sheds.
Hair & Makeup Artistry: Barossa Style Bar
Photography: Zoe Campbell Photography & Design
Venue/Location: Kingsford Homestead
Styling: Barossa Styling & Events
Florals: VIVA the Flower Store
Gown + Model: Eliza Joy Tan