Wedding fairs and photoshoots

We have had a couple of busy months since the launch of Mimosa Performance early this year. Here is what we have been up to lately:


Our first outing as Mimosa Performance has been into the well known territory of wedding fairs. It has been really lovely to get in touch with an old pre-Mimosa contact of mine, Bridgette Humphries of The Word on Weddings. Bridgette is a delightful woman whom I have worked with in the past as Ana Cerrato Aerial Artist, exhibiting on her stunning fairs across Bristol and the South West.

In March we were at the Exhibition and Conference Centre at UWE in Bristol.  This was an easy choice for me. As well as being one of the biggest in the South West, I am no stranger to this venue having performed here with my aerial rig at Freshers week in previous years. I also teach weekly aerial classes within the campus during term time, and know my way around its extensive grounds.

We got to exhibit with our freshly made Mimosa marketing materials, our Spanish outfits and the freestanding rig decorated with red and white roses. We met other wedding suppliers and lovely businesses, such as Tracey Rees from Tiara Magazine, the prestigious award winning wedding magazine of Wales. Our advert will feature on the Summer 2019 printed and online issues of the magazine, due out this month.

We had the wonderful Josie Maskell Photography documenting the event for us- the featured image is hers 🙂 Here are some peeks into the day:

Catch us next exhibiting at the Bristol Royal Marriott wedding fair on Sunday 2nd June, 11am tip 2pm.

Catch us next exhibiting at the Bristol Royal Marriott wedding fair on Sunday 2nd June, 11am tip 2pm.


A few weeks ago I had the privilege of shooting with the fabulous Jim of J Brown Photography, flown from Paris by my friend and Mimosa member Bendy Kate for a series of shoots here in Bristol.

We chose dawn on a Sunday, when the rising sun adds its touch of gold to the sleepy city. The iconic Suspension Bridge and the colourful streets of Clifton Wood, empty at the early hours, served as stunning backdrop for a magical photoshoot with my scarlett bata de cola, the traditional flamenco skirt with a long tail featuring many ruffles. I adored this shoot, which will remain one of my favourites forever. I am in the process of sorting out my selection for Jimmy to edit, but in the meantime, here are some candid behind the scenes shots.

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