Thoughtful styling with an heirloom touch – and wonderfully romantic rebelliousness courtesy of #englishweddingmember Charlotte from The Wedding Scene! Scroll to the end… the last pics are stunning and something I’ve NEVER seen before in all my years as a wedding blogger! Oh – there are some big spoilers in the text below, which lovely Charlotte sent in with her submission. Enjoy!
Creative Direction – The Wedding Scene
Photographer – Bridle Photography
Venue – Athelhampton House
Boutique – Exclusively Yours Bridal Boutique
Dress designers – Morilee and Alfred Angelo
Florist – Old Chapel Flowers
Hair and Makeup – Kirsten Sare Makeup Artist
Cake Designer – The Rose On The Cake
Stationery – Confetti Designs
China and props – Swingletree Events
Chandelier hire – Western Marquees
Tables and chair hire – Hospitality Hire
I was thrilled when lovely Debbie from Whitestem joined English Wedding back in October – and even more delighted to see this stunning wedding photoshoot in my inbox. All the greenery… it’s magical, beautifully styled and with a fabulous team of Highcliffe Castle wedding suppliers involved. The glorious greenery and luscious light shows how a small intimate wedding can still take place and look spectacular in a very large room without seeming swamped at all, but the styling would work just as well for a wedding of any size, which is what we’re all hoping for in the future!
It’s really important to me as a wedding blogger that I introduce every feature I share with you. Each photograph, each wedding styling idea is carefully selected for the blog and I like to explain why I love the articles we publish… but honestly today I couldn’t dream of writing a better introduction for you than lovely Laura from The Rustic Dresser has already done! Every detail, every image takes my breath away – the location and the gorgeous images by English Wedding team member Emily Black Photography are just the dreamiest. I can only call this wedding blog gold, and leave you in Laura’s capable hands to read and see more!