London balloon artist brand shoot | London brand photography
If you’ve been lurking around instagram of late within the wedding industry you may well have spotted the lovely Aurelija and her incredible balloon creations. Balloons are really making a comeback as a statement addition to your event, and when you see the creativity that goes into the designs that a Balloonista event piece you’ll understand why.
Aurelija booked me for a full brand shoot, which means we were spending the day together to not only create images of her, the face of the brand but also of her balloon installations and what I call “social media fodder” which is basically images that show the process or are a talking point for social media.
And I have to say, we had an absolute giggle during this shoot, especially the point where, arms filled with balloons we headed to the Fiztrovia area of London to shoot some lifestyle portraits. This area was chosen as Aurelija can often be seen delivering celebration balloons for birthdays, baby showers, graduations, any sort of celebration really! And then of course there are her balloon installations for those clients who really want to wow their guests. Anyway, we headed into London, and of course, in true British weather style, it started to rain, so we hid under shelter whilst the shower passed over head.
Once we had finished in London, we headed back to the Studio to photograph the process Aurelija goes through for all her Balloonista clients, from initial design of colour combinations, installation structure and the sketching of ideas to put together the brief, through to the actual creation of the balloon installation, which in the case of this shoot was as a beautiful balloon backdrop for a cake.
So without further ado, here’s a bit of a sneak peek into this fun and stylish London brand shoot…
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Until next time,