Iced Rainbow | The photo shoot and giveawayThursday, September 04, 2014
You've probably noticed by now just how obsessed I am with my Daisy necklace as I seem to wear it more than half the time at the moment. To be honest I'm slightly swept away by the whole collection of jewellery at Iced Rainbow, especially the autumn/winter new pieces.
I was brazen enough to take part in a late summer photo shoot of some really unique pieces, with cool local photographer Joshua Patrick who I've known on Twitter for a good while now. So many crazy opportunities have presented themselves to me since I started blogging in earnest and I couldn't be more excited or grateful. So I manned up; donned my favourite floral crown and went out with an open mind for a shoot.
The British summer let us down slightly; it was blowing a gale from the North (or somewhere else extraordinarily cold) and the cloud rolled in to cause a right nuisance but we made the best of the conditions (props to Josh, he knows how to get the best from each picture) and ended up with some great shots.
If you're looking for a photographer in Norfolk then Joshua Patrick Photography gets a thumbs up from me. As well as being a talented photographer Josh also happens to be great company; a happy chap and a proper gent (he lent me his jumper when I was freezing cold, a fashion blogger approved design of course, hehe). Josh is Norwich based and covers weddings, fine art landscape and family shoots, you should check out his work!
*** You can now grab yourself a 10% discount at www.icedrainbow.com with my code SITSB10 so let me know what you get! ***
I'm over the moon to be giving away one of these gorgeous butterfly necklaces as well as a set of oils I reviewed to one of you so go ahead with the rafflecopter form (of which there are no mandatory entries). Please note the 'leave a comment' option is specific read, visit Icedrainbow.com and tell me your favourite piece and why! The giveaway is open for one week and UK addresses only.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Good luck everyone!