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Farmer Copley's Wedding Shoot

Updated: May 26, 2020

A few weeks ago I had the absolute pleasure of working together with a large group of wedding suppliers on a styled photoshoot at Farmer Copleys in Pontefract! It is such a beautiful venue and we even conducted the 'ceremony' in a corn maze!

The Hair and Makeup

One of the things I love about working with other suppliers is collaborating on ideas and working together! Zavinta (from Beadi I Bridal Designs) and I worked closely together in the lead up to the day so that each of our creations would compliment each others. She provided a gorgeous clip for the bride and a beautiful hair vine for the bridesmaid.


Rebecca was our lovely bride for the day. The shoot took place near the beginning of summer, so I wanted to keep her over all look quite bronzy, without making it too heavy. She had gorgeous skin, so I used a pretty light foundation to make sure her skin could shine through. She also had the most fantastic eye shape for me to play with, which allowed me to create a bit of extra depth, which really complimented her skin tone. Zavinta and I had discussed doing a low messy bun in order to show off her hair piece, which also then meant Amber from Minni Quinni creating a veil that would sit underneath the hair design. Rebeccas hair was longer and thicker than I expected, which meant I didn't have to use any extra hair padding, and we could really build up the leayers of gently teased hair that created the bun. I love texture, so I also created a french braid leading in to the bun from the top of her head which I could also gently pull out.


I hadn't seen a picture of Lanina before the shoot, so I actually originally had a slightly different idea for her hair, so I could weave the vine in and out of her hair. She had a lot more hair than I was expecting, and it was very curly, so I didn't want to do anything that might damage her hair, or be difficult to remove for her at the end of the day! I ended up leaving in her natural curls, and braiding large sections at the back, teasing the sides out to create a large bun at the back of her head to drape the vine around, which then echoed what we had done with Rebeccas hair. Lanina also has beautiful skin, so again I kept her makeup very natural, using tones that complimented the dress she was going to wear.


I've worked with Helen a couple of times now, after having first exhibited next to each other at a wedding fair in April this year. She is one of the loveliest people I know, and if you have been thinking about having a celebrant led ceremony, you should absolutely get in touch with her! She has gorgeous curly hair, so I wanted to leave it as it is, and again we kept the makeup quite natural and bronzy to compliment the colour scheme for the day

Suppliers involved

Photographers: Saskia Parkinson, Nicole Peacock and Katie Fairest

Hair and Makeup: Mazz Loxton Hair and Makeup Artistry

Celebrant: Helen Jubb Ceremonies

Dress: Bridal Reloved, Wakefield

Groomswear: Frank Bird, Wakefield

Jewellery: Starbox Weddings

Hair Accessories: Beadi I Bridal Designs

Veil: Minni Quinni Alternative Weddings

Cake: Mrs B's Cakery

Venue: Farmer Copleys

Venue Styling: Howards Events

Singer: Heather Watson

Florist: The Flower Shop, South Elmsall

Favours: Silvia Roig-Sugar Crush Weddings

Stationary: Big Day Print

Bride: Rebecca Lindley

Groom: Tobias Casey

Bridesmaid: Lanina Holly

Mazz Loxton is a professional Bridal Hair and Makeup Artist, helping brides capture their wild and romantic soul in their hair and makeup for their wedding day. Based in Sheffield, and carrying out services across South Yorkshire, The Peak District and Beyond

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Sheffield based Wedding Hair and Makeup artist, covering mostly South Yorkshire including Sheffield,The Peak District, Doncaster, Chesterfield, parts of north Derbyshire and up to Leeds.