Hosting a Halloween wedding doesn’t mean it has to be overly themed. Stylist Rebecca Brennan-Brown shows us how to mix modern with traditional with a white princess gown and bridal crown, and an alternative black fitted dress with flower halo or Fedora hat. Both bridal looks are phenomenal and would be perfect for a big or small celebration at Preston Court wedding venue.
As the stylist, she created a boho-inspired palette of warm tones mixed with deep colors which you can see reflected across all parts of the shoot. From the flowers in the crowns to the ribbons on the tables, everything belongs. The stylist wanted to acknowledge Halloween in an ultra-modern way. By choosing deep colors, you feel the warmth of autumn. Even on the cake, Chelsea created shards of chocolate which almost looked on fire. Sometimes nature doesn’t entirely give you the aesthetic you need, so she painted pumpkins to further nod toward the scary season.
Starting with loose curls, a soft makeup look, and couture bows, the model looked effortlessly angelic in her white Stephanie Allin dress. The look then transformed into the girl we all want to be, with heavier makeup, modern fishtail plait, and figure-hugging black dress. Her shoes changed from trendy, soft, oversized bows to edgy black and pearl killer heels. The groom was wearing a chic modern velvet blazer with simple trousers. The highlight of his outfit is the “choose love” T-shirt, which not only displays a vital message but also supports the Choose Love Refugee Charity.