This beautiful wedding shoot was inspired by fantasy and boho decor, with a rosy glow and a softness around the edges. The team describe the shoot as being a contemporary take on a traditional rose-tinted image of running through gardens with your skirt blowing in the breeze.
The Walled Garden in Temple Newsam was the setting for the shoot, in particular the greenhouse that stands proudly at the top. Inside are bare brick and whitewashed walls adorned with gorgeous bright climbing blooms and plushy flowerbeds – a backdrop paradise! To add to the ethereal element, the team brought their own props, including a taxidermy doe nestled in its own woodland created by Fox & Thorn.
It was also the ideal setting for our tablescape, piled high with plates in creamy hues, flickering candles and sumptuous silks, all styled to perfection by Redamancy. Hannah’s Kitchen provided the incredible cake, complete with edible flower buttercream. It was a fresh and unique take on whimsical floral cakes and gave real forage-and-gather vibes, which we absolutely adored, with fab pops of color. All of the stationery, including stunning layered invites and maps, was made by the talented Mimolo Design.
The brides were wearing gorgeous separates with the same skirts, one was rocking a boho lace top, and the second was wearing a sleek white one. They also covered up with a pink and a brown sweater to feel warm. Complete with a delicate, bespoke Gilly Page bracelet, Bloom Boutique necklaces, and gorgeously soft Suzanna James Knitwear for when the chill sets in, they looked effortlessly romantic and cool.