We’re thrilled to see three talented members of our directory involved in this editorial. The concept, planning and design was by one or our newest members, the talented Natasha, aka, the Wildflower Wedding Planner.
This editorial shoot was inspired by a glamorous black-tie wedding that speaks to modern, stylish and fashion forward couples who value and want to honour tradition in their wedding design, but who also want to put their own contemporary interpretation on things. Enjoy!
“The stunning Glemham Hall more than met the brief for a quintessential English garden wedding, being surrounded by 300 acres of beautiful Suffolk parkland.”
“With its grand staircase, perfectly manicured formal gardens and The Great Hall with impressive columns, sash windows and a grand piano offering the perfect backdrop for a romantic ceremony.”
“We utilised shades of lilac and pinks, which was given a contemporary edge by the introduction of marble, acrylic and gold elements throughout the tableware, stationery design by Tabitha Kate and cake designed by Erzulie Cakes.”
“The beautiful florals, by Louise Langdon Florals, were organic yet elegant in style and were English grown, locally and sustainably sourced, and put together without the use of environmentally damaging floral foam.”
“For the ceremony look, our bride wore the stunning Jesus Peiro 243 mermaid silhouette crepe gown with a wow-factor cut out back and lace panelling provided by Morgan Davies London.”
“Holly Robinson Jewellery provided elegant and timeless bespoke engagement and wedding bands to compliment the look.”
“Our bride then changed into a short sequin and feather adorned gown for the party! Our groom was looking suave in black-tie attire to compliment his glamorous bride.”
“This editorial was captured beautifully by fine-art photographer, Helen Warner Photography, using both digital and film photography, and Keeley Wedding Films created an elegant film in their signature cinematic heirloom style.”