I couldn’t resist this beauty of a shoot from our lovely English Wedding member Ayshea Goldberg Photography – the jewel tones are fabulous and the dresses divine in their sparkly glory! If you love floral design this editorial simply shines – I’ve fallen head over heels for it myself! Huge thanks to lovely Ayshea and all the creative wedding suppliers who worked alongside her to bring this glorious photoshoot to life! With love,
Venue: Layer Marney Tower layermarneytower.co.uk
Photography: Ayshea Goldberg Photography www.ajg-photography.co.uk
Dress: Bellisima Weddings https://www.bellissimaweddings.co.uk/
Cake: Lucas’s Cakes https://www.lucascakes.co.uk/
Accessories: Chez Bec https://www.chezbec.com/
Hair: Hair by Sassy @hair_by_sassy
Makeup: The Beauty rooms https://www.thebeautyroomsessex.co.uk/
Flowers: Amega Fleur http://www.amegafleur.co.uk
Styling: Party Squared www.partysquared.co.uk
Stationery: Butterfly https://www.butterflyweddingstationery.co.uk/
Happy weekend, lovelies! Today we’re reminiscing a little as we head back to autumn for a wonderfully colourful wedding at Layer Marney Tower. The florals are bold, vibrant, and quite breathtaking. Emily and Philip are absolutely gorgeous together, and the story of their dreamy wedding is captured beautifully by lovely Ayshea Goldberg Photography.
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My lovely friend and sponsor Ayshea Goldberg Photography sent me this wonderfully light and bright wedding photoshoot to share with you all. I adore the contrast of the lemon and purple colour palette; the venue itself is simply breathtaking – a magical location for a beautiful English wedding.
“The venue we chose was Layer Marney Tower and the theme was a summer country garden wedding. We opted for bright lemon flowers and lush green foliage to bring a fresh and vibrant feel to the shoot. Each supplier used their expertise and talents to really showcase what they love doing and highlight their creativity.” [Full supplier credits are at the end of the feature]
Hannah and Terence had decided throughout their planning that they wanted a very relaxed day – they weren’t fussed about formality or traditions, they simply wanted a day of celebration. They managed to do this so well, the whole day felt very natural with real joy. It was a beautiful day, but so cold and Hannah and Terence were real troopers going outside throughout the day so I could do my thing. I loved that Hannah wanted to keep Terence’s jacket on for their portraits – it made it feel completely real.