07th Nov 2019

Behind the Scenes of Christmas with The Little White Company

On a Summer’s day in June this year, Horsenden Farm was transformed into a winter wonderland.

The Little White Company fell for the main Kent barn at the farm, with its gorgeous rustic interior and charming exterior, complete with corrugated tin roof.

Creating a Christmas Outdoors Scene – 3 Essential Props

Three main props transformed the shoot location into Christmas.  Of course the No. 1 prop for a Christmas outdoors shoot has to be the snow, provided in a flash by the Snow Business team.

Throughout the day the snow was added and topped up by Snow Business. Completely biodegradable, not a sign of snow was found the following day.

The second essential prop are the trees and wreaths. Clare, the hands-on owner sourced a few christmas trees from just down the road, and a prop stylist was on the crew to create the wreaths and garlands on site.

And thirdly, en essential prop for a Christmas photo shoot with the Little White Company was a donkey. Again, Clare the owner of Horsenden Farm, knew of a pair of donkeys on a farm nearby, and she organised their hire and looked after their handling on the day.

When shooting on location on a farm, often producers and photographers will grab the opportune moment when something extra might catch their eye. That’s what happened with a new labrador puppy. Good as gold, he featured too!


Official images of The Little White Company Christmas 2019 Campaign

Here are the final official images chosen by the client at The Little White Company and will be featuring across the Christmas 2019 campaign.



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