Winter’s classic colours are timeless and beautiful. Reds teamed with soft whites and green accents can be brought right up to date with softer, complementary colours. Adding a splash of gold is genius; playing with shades from pale reds to deep burgundies gives scope for stunning displays and gorgeous design. This colour palette works wonderfully for weddings throughout the winter season all the way through to Valentine’s Day. We’ve taken inspiration from our lovely friends Amanda Karen Photography to share some of our favourite ideas with you today.
Big hugs and lots of love this chilly Valentine’s Day! I hope you’re having a lovely day, having lots of cosy snuggles and taking some time to simply enjoy being in LOVE!! I’ve been saving this stunning inspiration feature up to share with you today. The red roses and stunning wintry florals are just divine – and it’s all wonderfully elegant and beautifully put styled. This glorious feature was sent in by our lovely friends Amanda and James at Amanda Karen Photography.
Happy weekend, lovelies! I’m so happy to be sharing this beautiful wedding editorial with you today. The florals are out of this world, the images are absolutely stunning and the mood is dreamily boho with an elegant twist. And we get two looks in one feature, with two gorgeous couples sharing the limelight on the blog today. Huge thanks to lovely Howard from Absolutephotouk for sharing this with us. There’s a full supplier list and introduction from the organiser Kay at PKay Bridal just below. Have a wonderful, relaxing weekend!
Hey beautiful! I hope you’re having a lovely week so far. Today I have something special to share with you: stunning Paul Zeni wedding dresses and a wonderfully rich and opulent colour palette of deep plums, dusky pinks and luxe textures. I’ve a feeling you’re going to tumble head over heels in love with this shoot – I know I have! Thanks to lovely Sophie Oldhamstead Photography for sharing this with us! Sophie worked with a whole bunch of talented Essex wedding creatives – you’ll find a full list at the end of the feature.