I’m a HUGE fan of blues in wedding decor, and I love today’s feature to bits! The soft blue tones are just wonderful, and the photography absolutely perfect. I need all those fabulous florals in my life right now!
As joint co-ordinators, hair stylist Jennie and photographer Laura came up with the concept for the shoot, which took place at Apton Hall in Essex. They focused primarily on the Pantone colour of the year – blue, and the idea of hinting toward an eco-friendly wedding. They began involving other wedding suppliers and the idea behind an environmental wedding grew into this beauty of an editorial. I’ll hand over to the girls to tell you more!
I am totally in love with this dreamy woodland wedding editorial. The colours – I mean it’s just lovely to see all these delicate shades of blue in the table setting and floral design. And the dappled sunlight in the forest setting brings back a fragrance of summer I totally adore.
This photoshoot was sent in by Alina of Sara’s Events, who styled the shoot and created all the floral arrangements. Aren’t they just perfect? The images are by fine art wedding photographer Natalie Stevenson, and our bride’s beautiful dress is by Indiebride London. Diana Muntean created a striking bridal look for our bride, who wears pretty accessories by Rachel Sokhal to complete the look.
I promised you a stunning editorial today and I hope you’ll agree this more than fits the bill! Romantic, boho bridal style and a bold take on an ever-popular modern colour palette make this shoot an absolute dream. We’re at The Walled Gardens in Nottingham with lovely Nicole & Charlotte Events and a host of rather brilliantly talented local wedding suppliers. The colour palette for table styling is rich and exciting, with teal, grey and copper making the perfect backdrop for a loose bouquet of roses, berries and eucalyptus. Enjoy!