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Good morning, beautiful! I’d like to share something a little different with you this morning, if I may? This stunning styled boho shoot comes from gorgeous Gawsworth Hall in Cheshire, and from wedding photographers Boho Lane.
The snowy grounds are gorgeous; the styling creative, alternative and fresh. I adore dried flowers, especially for a winter wedding – and the grasses and lavender are just divine. I also LOVE seeing couples in non-traditional outfits… so the boho dress, faux fur coat and our groom’s more casual look are pretty damn perfect for me.
Wedding flowers have changed – I could dive into a bouquet these days and live there for a week: the organic and creative florals I see on blogs are out of this world.
My most recent discovery is the fabulous Forage & Blossom – and I asked lovely Alice to tell us a little about her world. It’s all kinds of enchanting…
Forage and Blossom by name and by nature.
I’m Alice, the founder of Forage and Blossom Flowers. I am a floral designer with an artistic background inspired by all things organic, off-beat and botany based. See more...
It’s one of those days where outside just isn’t an option so instead of my usual run on the beach I’m snuggled at my desk dreaming of cosy log fires and gorgeous winter weddings… which is kind of lovely!
Today I have a lovely luxe shoot from Cotswolds venue Wyck Hill House to share with you. The details are divine and the setting just so luxurious you’ll wish you were there. Enjoy!
A wedding dress should be, first and foremost, YOU. It should fit like a glove and suit you perfectly, and you should feel like a million dollars. If that means a non-traditional dress, a designer number or even something floaty you’ve made at home, that’s fine by me. I like dresses which are different… ones which make a beautiful statement. Today’s wedding dress of the week is new from Luella’s Bridal: this is “Nuria”.
The collection from Luella’s Bridal (which I’ll be sharing more of in coming weeks) can be described as “Modern Bohemian with a British Victoriana influence” and has been designed in partnership with British Wedding Dress Designer Charlotte Casadejus. See more...
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