This Autumn wedding took place at Gate Street Barn in Surrey. Sam and Simon chose to really run with the autumnal theme and it was stunning. Sam’s sister, Sophie just so happens to be the super talented florist behind The Bloomery in Twickenham and pulled out all of the stops.
Light Catcher Delicate Darkness were the outcome of two shoots on one day. With an amazing team consisting of stylist, Lucy Loves Bridal armed with multiple dresses from The Mews Bridal, Notting Hill plus dream duo Louise Seymour (MUA) and Jo Irving (Lovehair) we channeled our vision to create two contrasting looks.
Bridal knitwear is making an appearance on the wedding scene and I love it! Earlier this year I travelled to Amsterdam for a photography conference. I find myself most inspired during my travels and therefore like to take advantage of this! I wanted to take the opportunity to collaborate on a shoot as a result of being there. As a result, I reached out to cashmere bridal knitwear designers Klaartje and Ella from Madame Seguin. Brussels based bridal designer Valentine Avoh provided the beautiful dresses for the shoot. With layers of textures and feathers the designs worked perfectly with the cashmere. The accessories from SIBO Designs brought a luxurious touch. Along with the statement jewellery from Cotton & Gems. Aesme had kindly hand drawn some bespoke botanical pieces to tie in the element of nature. The bridal knitwear “The knitwear collections are made in Mongolia by small knitting factories, made from cashmere yarn that is spun in Mongolia from fibers that are sourced from Mongolian herders. Madame Seguin’s core values include supporting the nomadic lifestyle and protecting …
I’m so excited to finally share this Summer at Sezincote wedding inspiration with you. I was instantly spellbound by the Sezincote Estate. I’ve spotted it before between the Cotswold hills but the drive up to the House is probably the most magical for a wedding venue. You’re then lead up to the big reveal of the 200 year old Mogul Indian palace which is simply breathtaking. What a setting for a wedding!
The idea of this shoot came about from a collaboration between myself and Indulgence Catering, a boutique catering company that I work with often at weddings. One of our regular venues together is the indescribable Aynhoe Park so we just knew we had to use this as our location. We created a stunning, seasonal inspired shoot in the Orangery of Aynhoe.
I’ve worked closely with Zita Elze for some years now. Recognised worldwide, Zita is a incredible floral designer. She shares her knowledge on advanced wedding design courses at the Zita Elze Design Academy. One of Zita’s students, Kim Soo Yeul who’s work I photographed has been featured in Wedding Flowers magazine.
Clare and James were married this April with a colourful Aynhoe Park wedding. They combined a traditional Church ceremony with a bold and quirky reception. I’m delighted that their wedding has been featured in Brides magazine which you can see below.
Hollie & Dom chose an Aynhoe Park autumn wedding day. Having been featured on Rock My Wedding they claimed this wedding had some of the best aisle style they’ve seen! I have to agree! Hollie ensured that the Aynhoe Park Autumn wedding look was brought indoors to the orangery, using leaves to pave the way down the aisle, but also a stunning arch to frame them.
So what happens when someone in the wedding industry gets married…a whole lot of pretty! Maids to Measure is a unique, UK based bridesmaid dress company and the brain child of Sinclair and her sister, India. So if anyone can have 13 bridesmaids, it’s Sinclair! Each bridesmaid with a bespoke bridesmaid dress to suit her style and 2 twins, the maids of honours, looking fabulous flaunting the new print!
.Something blue was inspired by the private dining room at Paradise by way of Kensal Green. The room has the most gorgeous tones of blues which I wanted to be the emphasis of the shoot. Collaborating with a fantastic team, I drew in cool blues, greys and golds throughout all aspects.