This is wedding styling of dreams. A graceful, sleek wedding dress teamed with designer stationery in a monochrome palette and lush, romantic florals – just beautiful. Capturing it all is our talented and lovely friend and Essex wedding photographer Amanda Karen Photography.
The contrast between the softness and delicate colouring of the floral arrangements, the modern lines of the off the shoulder dress with its statement bow, and the striking stationery make this a really stunning wedding look.
Hi lovelies! How is your wedding planning going and are you hooked on Pinterest yet? I’ve spent today falling down random Pinterest holes… it’s not been a mega productive one so far! And the photoshoot I’m about to share with you hasn’t helped at all… there are so many stunning ideas here. We’re talking late summer wedding style – for that brief period of time when the summer begins to fade and wisps of autumn stir the air. A delicate, pastel colour palette still works this late in the season, but tinged with plum tones and darker pinks the look becomes something truly special to work with the earliest days of autumn.
It’s November and we are officially within the 8-month mark before Hannah and Ben’s wedding weekend next summer! With all the big planning pieces ticked off there’s time to focus on the fun stuff and, in my book, the wedding flowers and styling come top of that list! Today I’ve teamed up with Emma Soulsby of Ladybird Flowers to bring you all our floral and styling expertise in a piece about where to start with your wedding flowers.