Botanical Rustic Disco Wedding Style inspiration – an editorial photoshoot

Published by Claire Gould on

This BEAUTY of a shoot landed in my inbox this morning. I’d been planning to write about my calligraphy for weddings today, but all the lush greenery and the connection between Rae and  Grey just blew me away. I couldn’t wait to share this! If houseplants are your thing, and the thought of bringing nature inside for your big day sounds amazing, you will LOVE this styled photoshoot!

The amazing wedding suppliers who brought this photoshoot to life include lovely Mercedes from 4YaParty Weddings & Events and Eastbourne’s fabulous Thorn & Found Photography.

This stunning botanical disco wedding with a touch of rustic décor compels a new inspiration for modern weddings.

This beautifully designed concept by 4yaparty also creating décor and props for this styled shoot was a perfect match to Kingswood Arts, a not-for-profit arts centre and cultural hub venue dedicated to supporting its local community through creativity. Based in a stunning 32 room mansion this space was perfect to help create an ultimate rustic disco themed wedding.

Our models, real life couple Rae and Grey portrayed a romantic story within the old halls of this building, beautifully showcasing the designs from each wedding supplier.

Our bride was fashioned with two timeless dresses provided by Couturiosity, paired with inspiring jewellery from Bish Bosh Becca. Hair and makeup from Made up by Ruby was a match made in heaven to bring together our bridal look. Bridal accessories provided by Glorious by Heidi include a stunning crown piece to elevate a classic look and bridal sunglasses for a touch of untraditional styling.

Our beautiful maid of honour Elle Andrews modelled a gorgeous jewel crusted emerald piece by L’Amour Curves Bridal which tied in exquisitely with the theme and décor of this wedding.

Speaking of décor, the floristry by Harleys Flowers finished our couple’s look with a blooming and abundant bouquet and buttonhole piece.

Table stationery tied together the look with unique designs by Twenty Stationery.

The cake by Simply Irresistible Cakes London was a perfect addition for our ceremony, making a wonderful centre piece for the cake table. Matching with earth colours and rustic design it pulled the décor into one.

The light and airy photography style was key to the story that Nick from Thorn and Found Photography wanted to showcase. Finding a photographer to match a certain aesthetic is always important when thinking about how you want to remember your special day.


Concept and planning, Décor and Props – 4ya party.
Venue – Kingswood arts.
Photography – Thorn and Found.
Floristry – Harleys flowers.
Cake- Simply Irresistible cakes London.
Stationery – twenty stationery.
Crown and glasses – Glorious by Heidi.
Jewellery- Bish bosh becca.
Hair and Makeup- Made up by ruby.
Bridesmaid dress – L’amour curves Bridal.
Bridal dress – Couturiosity.
Celebrant- The Childrens celebrant.

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.


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