There’s something wonderful about winter sunshine, don’t you think? And there’s most definitely something wonderful about today’s style feature, which I just know you’re going to love.
We’re heading to the beautiful Coltsfoot Country Retreat with our wonderful friend Becky Harley Photography. This is such a wonderful venue, surrounded by beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, and one Becky speaks very highly of!
The two gowns are from Lisa Lyons Bridal
, and work wonderfully well alongside all the wintry styling elements. ‘Mira’ has the most exquisite subtle silvery winter botanical embroidery, and the glittery tulle overskirt is just divine for winter sparkle!
Today’s feature captures both timelessness and fresh, modern styling in a dreamy wedding editorial from Natalie Stevenson Photography. The location is St Etheldreda’s church ruins, whose crumbling stonework and beautiful detailing inspired this breathtaking wedding style.
The fashion forward styling with elegant touches and delicate detailing is perfect for a 2020 wedding. The look is romantic; our bride looks graceful and sensual in Polish designer Anna Kara‘s Irvette gown from Morgan Davies Bridal – with distinctive wisps of tulle from the shoulders, lace reminiscent of waves rippling over the beach, and a deep neckline on the back of the gown. Hair is by By Lois and make up by Belles Beauty and accessories from Rachel Sokhal. The groom is dressed for the occasion in a classic tux and black tie.
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.
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.
Today’s wedding style edit from Thyme Lane Photography is one of those that make my toes tingle for how perfect it all is. The tone is moodily beautiful, with boho elegant styling in a lovely English country house. The venue – Lanwades Hall, which is hidden in the Suffolk countryside – has the most stunning rooms with beautiful light and large gardens, and the team truly made the most of the amazing location.
The shoot shows how an almost completely monochrome, minimal scheme can work in a venue like Lanwades Hall and still create a lot of interest by giving contrast to the rich colours of the great variety of backdrops.