Hey lovelies! I’m back at my desk after a long weekend in the mountains, and feeling so excited to share this stunning wedding inspiration with you. It’s all about the florals, the light and bringing beautiful sunset colours into wedding styling. Images are by English Wedding member Becky Harley Photography, a favourite Hertfordshire wedding photographer. Becky’s images capture the beauty of this shoot, the work of an amazing bunch of wedding suppliers for Willow Grange Farm, situated between Cambridge and Ely.
Today’s wedding inspiration comes from the beautiful venue of South Farm in Cambridgeshire. Styling is rustic luxe with a focus on sustainability, incorporating organic fabrics, a vegan cake and ethically sourced glassware, all curated by lovely Janine at Waterfall Wedding Decor.
It’s becoming more and more viable to have a sustainable and vegan wedding in 2019 and beyond. Suppliers are switching on to sustainability more than ever before, and in every category from cake designers to stationers, wedding dress makers and caterers you WILL find a wonderful, ethical supplier if you put in a little research.
Happy Friday everyone! Before I share today’s wedding I have a special offer for anyone who can make it to Manchester next Friday (7th December) – there are a handful of places left at my modern calligraphy workshop and you can SAVE 10% if you book your places today! It’s a festive calligraphy class so lots of fun… it’s for absolute beginners and BRILLIANT for anyone with wedding place names to write or invites to send in 2019! Book your places in my Etsy shop if you’d like to come along!
Long, hazy summer evenings… vineyards as far as the eye can see and an instinct for beautiful, relaxed and elegant wedding styling is the focus of the English Wedding Blog today. It all feels exquisitely French, and the styling touches are wonderfully français… but this inspirational photoshoot took place in the Cambridgeshire countryside! The creative team behind it all took elements from vintage, classic and rustic styling yet their approach was simplistic and grew organically on the day giving the whole ensemble a fresh, homely and natural feel.