When Angela got in touch with me to share this shoot, I loved two things most of all: the simple touches of greenery which make this look absolutely breathtaking, and her approach to creating a look which real brides and grooms can recreate in their own way, without having to spend a fortune. Perfect!
All images by Nathalie Delente Photography
The Railway Barn in Chelmsford, Essex is on a working vineyard in an industrial setting, bare brickwork and the vines created a beautiful backdrop. We brought in natural elements such as the wooden tables and chairs and coloured glass and crockery to enhance the look and touches of cooper in the cutlery added a touch of luxury.
The florist, Clare at Luke & Lottie created a stunning cooper frame for a backdrop and used lots of different sized hoops that we used hanging from the beams and an extra special hoop for a beautiful bouquet.
The vintage inspired wedding dresses by Vintage Trousseau, added a touch of romance with their beautiful flowing fabrics and designs. Each dress is custom made and perfect for the modern day bride.
The wedding cake and stationery both needed a fairly simplistic look and these were both created perfectly, using white as the main colour and a touch of foliage to dress the cake.
From the planning, to on the day of the shoot, we wanted to create inspirational images, which brides could really take something from and be able to recreate with their budget in mind.
Planning & Styling: Angela Reed Wedding & Events
Photography: Nathalie Delente Photography
Wedding dresses: Vintage Trousseau
Florist: Luke & Lottie
Make up: Haleigh Maskell Makeup
Furniture: Wooden Bench Hire
Cake: Fifi’s Cakery
Prop Hire: The Prop Boutique
Stationery: Butterfly art
Accessories: Ps with Love
Venue: The Railway Barn
Model: Alice Sherman