Our main aim for the garden romance shoot was to create a setting that was as pretty as a picture with emphasis on understated elegance.
With the flourishing garden of Allely Estate we chose a colour palette of a variant of pinks, whites and a grey blue and followed through with this right down to the desserts on the dresser.
For our florals, we went for a lush romantic full look, and decided that the black and white anemone and David Austin Kieras, with trailing jasmine, would be our focus and feature in all aspects of the flowers.
With the combination of those we managed to create florals that fit the romance and garden aspects perfectly.
We wanted the attention to be on the details of our table so we used several different textures and patterns. This worked beautifully and allowed us to bring out the simplicity of the stationery design as an additional attribute.
It was such a pleasure to be able to see our vision come to life and we couldn’t have done this without all of the super talented suppliers involved.
This shoot was featured in Bride and Groom Magazine and on the Paper and Lace blog.
Planning, Styling & Design | Oh! Such Style Events | Photography | Sweet Events Photography | Venue | Allely Estate | Florals | All Things Floral | Stationery | Little Paper Store | Dresses | Hera Bridal | Hair & Make Up | Sophie Beddoes Hair and Make Up | Cake | The Cake Kitchen | Desserts | Magnolia Kitchen | Cupcakes | Velvet Delight | Lounge Furniture | La Maison Boutique | Tableware Hire | Insphire | Dessert Stand & Tabletop Hire | The Pretty Prop Shop | Chairs | Maddisons Hire | Vintage Hire | The Vintage Table | Model | Caitlin Turnbull