With every week that goes by I’m more proud of the place where I live. The Lake District is fast becoming England’s very own destination wedding venue – and I’m so lucky to call it home. Today I have a stunning styled shoot to share with you: it’s fabulously creative and breathtakingly beautiful – and so very perfect for a countryside wedding with a modern twist… and a little rowing boat!
Wedding photographer Jo Bradbury sent me the images for today’s inspirational feature. Her photographs are truly beautiful, and capture the warm and welcoming atmosphere of Cote How, a lovely venue near Rydal in Cumbria.
The suppliers who worked with Jo to bring this stylish and creative wedding scene to life include Wild Orchid Flowers, Sugar Ruffles, Daisy Daisy Bridal, Zara Rigg and Pingle Pie – with a full list at the end of today’s feature.
Countryside brides and grooms will adore this shoot. The styling ideas are elaborate on a smaller scale: perfect for intimate weddings in relaxed surroundings. The cake is divine; the stationery exquisite and the flowers are out of this world.
Huge thanks to north west wedding photographer Jo Bradbury for sharing the shoot with us today. Find out more about Jo and see more of the weddings she’s photographed here:
I am so totally stealing this idea for a mural in my dining room! ~ C
Venue:- Cote How, Rydal www.cotehow.co.uk
Dresses:- Daisy Daisy Bridal, Ulverston
Flowers:- Teresa at Wild Orchid Flowers www.wild-orchid-florist.co.uk
Cake:- Sugar Ruffles, www.sugarruffles.com
Hair:- Zara Rigg
Shoes:- Irregular Choice www.irregularchoice.com
Car:- Windermere Wedding Cars..www.windermereweddingcars.co.uk
Stationery:- Pingle Pie ..www.pinglepie.com
Photography:- Jo Bradbury Wedding Photographer, www.jobradbury.co.uk
Models:- Gina and Nick