This morning we’re bringing you a burst of joyful colour and oodles of romance. A talented and super creative team of Northamptonshire wedding suppliers came together for this glorious photoshoot at Brampton Grange, sent in to us by fabulous Northants wedding photographer Daniel Thomas. We’re in LOVE with that cake, the colours of the balloons and the stunning floral styling!

This was a fun, colourful summer shoot designed to show off the versatility of Brampton Grange’s outside spaces, including the gorgeous courtyard for ceremonies. Bright, vibrant colours have been used to stand out and contrast against the bride’s dress and the surrounding greenery of the countryside.

The vibrant floral styling from Ross and Sarah’s Silchester Farm wedding grabbed our hearts last month and we were so excited to share some little extras with you. All of the gorgeous images are by Dorset and Hampshire wedding photographer Nathan at Libra Photographic.

With striking reds, gem colours and a sensory overload of blooming beauty, we fell hard for this gorgeous wedding look.

The colour palette works all year round; the flowers used for this Hampshire wedding are by Denham based florists and event stylists Ever After. Their talented florists used sweet peas, dahlias, aliums, tulips, roses, ranunculus, and peonies.

If a beautiful barn style wedding venue is on your marital lust list, you’re about to get awfully lustful. Milling Barn is one of those special, incredibly rustic blank canvas barn venues that doesn’t want for much more than twinkly candlelight and in this instance, a stunningly tasteful yet simple, ruscus-rich floral installation as a ceremony backdrop.

I can’t even begin to tell you how utterly adorable today’s blog is! It’s an absolute treat to be sharing this gorgeous inspiration with you… and a glance at Hannah Brookes‘ photos will tell you why.

The images are stunning, the styling just perfect, the light and photography out of this world. There are sustainable elements which we LOVE: the flowers are locally sourced, seasonal blooms for a summer wedding. The mix of colour and texture in the bouquet is wonderful. The floral chandelier and archway are just incredible!

This is the second of a two part feature from a talented group of wedding creatives in Bristol. An inspirational wedding setup, designed to show you how to create a stunning look for your modern wedding.

The images in this post are all by Sasha Lee Photography, following yesterday’s feature with Megan Donati Photography’s images. (Sasha was the second photographer on set.) Each showcases a beautiful set of images in their own right, and I love how the two blogs show how much difference in style there can be between wedding photographers.