Venue styling: swingletreevintage.co.uk
Ornamental topiary: whitestem.co.uk
Wedding car: rkprestigecarhire.co.uk
Wedding dress: courtyardbridal.co.uk
Wedding cake: monbelamourcakecraft.co.uk
Bridal Tiara: tiarasbybecky.co.uk
Make-up artist: jacquicee.com
Table linen: johnsons-stalbridge.com
A number of suppliers came together at the end of August for a styled shoot photographed by me at The Orangery Suite, a beautiful wedding venue set within a three-acre walled garden just outside Wimborne Minster, Dorset. Our chosen theme, the 1950s, was reflected in the tea-length dress and make up worn by my ‘bride’ Alex, and the flowers and reception styling. Mandy from Swingletree Vintage summed up the mood when she commented that it was good after lockdown to be doing something that felt like normality.
Morning lovelies! Today’s shoot has all the most incredible details and ideas for a modern, romantic wedding in the countryside. The styling is beautifully curated, and the suppliers chosen for this shoot worked together perfectly to create a stunning overall look with eye-catching elements on the same theme. The cake is incredible: it’s by Holly Miller, whose sculpted and stylish creations take my breath away! I’m equally in love with Flourish & Grace’s gloriously cheerful florals, the fabulous table styling by Leanne Elizabeth Weddings and stunning stationery by Fine Art Calligraphy. If romance and femininity is your thing, you’ll need your Pinning fingers at the ready because this is one AMAZING wedding look! Every breathtaking image you’re about to see is by lovely James and Kerrie Photography.
As those beautifully frosty mornings return, I have a truly magical bridal editorial to share with you today. Inspired by Frozen, with an elegant and wonderfully enchanting colour palette of ice blue and white, this shoot from a talented bunch of wedding suppliers at Cavokay’s Old Milking Parlour will inspire winter weddings and festive tables alike! The images were sent in by lovely Natalie Stevenson Photography, who tells us a little about the inspiration for the shoot below.