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Private Brunch for Product Photography

This beautiful brunch was designed for The Spring Oven to capture some new product photography to use across their website and marketing. The Spring Oven is a unique terracotta pot designed for baking bread at home using a steam baking process which creates a delicious crusty loaf.

So our menu for the brunch was all about celebrating bread and baking. We served up rhubarb-roasted peaches with pistachio crumb, granola pots topped with caramelised rye-croutons, a citrus salad, cinnabuns, avocado toast and baked vanilla french toast with blackberry syrup. The dishes were all designed to provide colour and texture for the photographs, and above all to taste delicious for our guests!

It couldn’t have been more beautiful; our incredible guests turned up on a sunshine-filled morning for a long, relaxed brunch full of good food and good company. The huge shutter doors were pulled wide open and with the sun pouring in our guests chatted and sipped on our prosecco brunch punch whilst enjoying all of our delicious food.

All of the bread for the event was baked in The Spring Oven, using a 10 year old sourdough starter kindly donated by Kane at Sugardough Bakery. We put together gift bags for our guests to take away which included their own pots of sourdough starter, gin and blackberry jam and a bread baking recipe book from The Spring Oven – we hope we’ve shared and inspired a love of baking.

This event was even more special as we got to work with our good friends Emma Croman who captured the morning beautifully with her photographs, and Antonia McKenzie who styled the venue and product photographs.

We absolutely loved working on this project and are so proud of the brunch and the finished photographs. If you have a product or service and are looking for a unique way to launch it or to capture photographs of it in use then please get in touch, we would love to help. Or find out more about our supper clubs and private catering services.

Private Brunch for Product Photography

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