This inspirational shoot today is courtesy of Photographs by Eve who decided to bring together local wedding artisans. The look was boho beautiful with a playful feminine feel. Think blousy full luxe blooms, a delicious naked cake creation and ethereal gowns. I especially adore the bridal make up and hair looks here. The plaited hair crown looked incredible and teamed with a sweet floral circlet it made for a statement style.
Enough from me, let’s find out more about the shoot from the wonderful Photographs by Eve, thank you for sharing your images today Eve.
“As I’ve always wanted to bring together local artists and wedding suppliers, I thought that a bohemian theme would attract the more imaginative wedding suppliers and would allow them to showcase their brilliant work and creative thinking. The Byre at Inchyra, a beautiful country estate located in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland was the perfect venue for our Boho inspired bridal photo shoot.
The bespoke wedding gowns were the epitome of feminine – with the pretty lace up detailing to the backs of the gowns and expertly crafted crystals and embellishments. Adding to the simplicity of these beautiful couture gowns we decided to style hand-crafted floral crowns matched with matching bouquets to add to the Boho theme. Make up and hair was influenced from the Boho wedding theme with wind swept soft flowing locks and the more traditional pleat hair up alongside natural make-up with a dewy glow and bright lipstick shades to really pop against the delicate colours of the gowns and backdrop.
The location opened up lots of creative possibilities and allowed us to take full advantage of the venue. Walking through the estate grounds we noticed old rustic doors that beautifully complimented the shot for one particular gown. This backdrop added depth and character, whilst highlighting the luxurious fabric of the dress and pretty embellishment to the bodice and delicate shoulder straps.
The jewellery by Gioia Mia added to the sensuality of the shoot, the striking pieces of hand-crafted earrings and necklaces all made from delicate rhinestones and Swarovski pearl.
As a photographer I tried to create a relaxed, natural looking photo-story, where every detail is brought to life. I took full advantage of the surrounding scenery to create a romantic finish to the photographs. The Love Vintage VW camper van made for a fun edition to the shoot and fitting in well with the Boho theme adding a lovely retro touch to the day.
The ‘naked’ cake was nicely presented with fresh seasonal berries and vanilla Swiss meringue buttercream and it was decorated in a way that fitted in perfectly with the occurring theme. The cake was finished with a light dusting of icing sugar and cultivated Heather.”
I am sat here today bathed in glorious sunshine at my desk listening to Spotify and I am just imagining those balmy summer days. It won’t be long and I know many of you will be married in those warmer months. So I do hope that your wedding plans are coming along nicely. If you are still on the look out for some awesome wedding suppliers, then look no further than the WWW wedding directory. The Supplier Love pages are growing month on month and are packed full of supremely talented and lovely wedding folk.
This glorious day was a pure happy fest from beginning to end. Whopping great smiles, fun moments and bucket loads of love all round.
WWW readers Amy and Michael were married on the 5th September 2015 and held their reception at Nettlestead Place in Kent. It was important to them that their wedding day was local and personalised. Many of the rustic touches were hand made or from their shop or home.
Amy chose a romantic Naomi Neoh dress with lace edged veil, which looked so very beautiful and her maids donned mocha multi-way dresses with flowers in their hair. The boys looked brilliant too, in tweed and chino outfits from their menswear shop Monks Clothing. Oh the style, simply perfection.
I so love it when a couple inject their personalities into their nuptials. And you know what? This pair are not only super stylish but just head over heels in love and it shines through in these wonderful images today.
James and Sam chose to marry on the 5th September 2015 at Hangleton Manor in East Sussex. A delightful country pub setting which was the perfect backdrop for their rustic masculine vision.
Now let’s talk about those dashing suits. James and Sam headed to A Suit That Fits for their bespoke suits and wore lily buttonholes which coordinated with the rest of the pretty blooms. I adore the graphic stationery, hessian table runners and log centrepieces. Stunning.
Thanks so much to Neil W Shaw for sharing these sublime photographs with us here this afternoon.
I love this village hall meets classic wedding today.
Nick and Jo tied the knot last July in a church ceremony followed by a celebration at Hatton Village Hall in Warwickshire. They hoped to create a wedding which all of their guests could attend and wanted to keep the costs low.
A beautiful elegant feel was evident throughout, starting with Jo’s stunning bridal look. Her lace Maggie Sottero gown was accessorised to perfection with a long veil, Manolo Blahnik heels and Peonies. Oh how I adore Peonies, swoon. Meanwhile Nick looked the dapper country gent in a check suit which made him really stand out.