An ethereal romance…
Today’s feature captures both timelessness and fresh, modern styling in a dreamy wedding editorial from Natalie Stevenson Photography. The location is St Etheldreda’s church ruins, whose crumbling stonework and beautiful detailing inspired this breathtaking wedding style.
The fashion forward styling with elegant touches and delicate detailing is perfect for a 2020 wedding. The look is romantic; our bride looks graceful and sensual in Polish designer Anna Kara‘s Irvette gown from Morgan Davies Bridal – with distinctive wisps of tulle from the shoulders, lace reminiscent of waves rippling over the beach, and a deep neckline on the back of the gown. Hair is by By Lois and make up by Belles Beauty and accessories from Rachel Sokhal. The groom is dressed for the occasion in a classic tux and black tie.
The styling by Princess Occasions is beautifully done: the florals by The Flower Mill with such romantic tones are just perfect. The cake and stationery – by Meadowsweet Cakes and Olive and Millicent capture the timeless essence of this shoot in a subtle palette which I love! And driving our gorgeous couple right back to the sixties is a fabulous Aston Martin DB6 from VOWS Vehicles of Wedding Style.
A team of talented creatives produced an elegant, romantic and fashion forward editorial with delicate and exquisite detailing. From the fine, hand scripted stationery, light, natural and chic bridal wear, stunning accessories, luxurious gold edged cake, hand dyed textiles and carefully styled florals – this shoot exudes class and understated elegance for couples looking to design a romantic, relaxed yet modern wedding to share with their guests.
A love story depicting how the juxtaposition of modern wedding chic set in the historic, wild and inspiring wedding venue grounds of St Etheldreda’s church ruins can create the perfect harmonious wedding day inspiration for the modern and relaxed couple. Being inspired by the wild and beautifully detailed cathedral itself, our concept of a fresh, whimsical wedding day came to life.
Floral design: www.the-flower-mill.co.uk