Today’s wedding style inspiration is for the girl with nature in her heart. The images speak of romance, delicately pretty wedding styling with creative, artistic touches. I adore the beautiful heirloom engagement ring, and it’s always wonderful to see pretty calligraphy featuring in a wedding style blog.
Images and words by lovely Liz Baker Photography, who you can discover more from here:
“A beautiful lace and tulle vintage wedding gown, a rustic pergola, old granite walls, rambling foliage, a smattering of Shakespeare…. The scene was set for our bride to gather flowers in this Secret Garden.
After you’ve got the engagement ring on your finger, celebrated, set the date, and booked the church or Registry Office, the next service that you need to research is your photographer!
Unlike most other wedding services, major wedding venues and the photographer are the only ones that can only do one wedding PER DAY – So, if you have someone in mind, you need to check that they have your date available and book it in as soon as possible.
Winter weddings can be delicately frosty, with palest pastels and sparkle. Or you can bring warmth to your wedding style with vibrant, rich florals and a bold colour palette. Either way, opting for an alternative twist to the style of your wedding is a winner!!
London based styling company Vintage Party Arrangements aims to reinterpret tradition in new and exciting ways and founder Dani believes that event design should provide a dynamic cultural experience for everyone to enjoy.
I adore this wedding. Bolton Abbey is amazing – what a superb location for gorgeous, memorable wedding photos, don’t you think?! Today’s gorgeous bride Vicky’s couture dress is stunning; I love Howard’s outfit, they just look perfect together. And the festoon lighting and sparklers… absolutely incredible. LOVE it all!!!
I chose my dress which was from Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett as I loved her lace detail. I didn’t find a specific dress that had all the elements I wanted but the Lyn Ashworth collection gives you the option to pick one element from one dress and add it to another dress which was perfect. I put all my favorite elements together and made a bespoke dress that I absolutely loved and felt amazing in.
As a girl with a freely admitted paper fetish, I do love to see a shoot where deliciously designed stationery takes centre stage. (And because I’m totally skill-less with flower arranging, I adore it when beautifully styled flowers share the limelight!) So today’s bright, springtime wedding style inspiration is just so lovely to share with you. I hope it brightens your heart and your day as much as it does mine!