Those of you planning whimsical, natural weddings are going to fall head over heels for this inspirational set of images today. I did, that’s for sure.
There were some of the most striking floral creations I’ve ever laid eyes on, I mean just check out that bouquet. Model Selma looked stunning in her Ghost gown and beautiful hair and make up look. Meanwhile the delicious cake creations worked perfectly alongside calligraphy paper goods and signage. WOW.
Thanks so much to Matt Horan Photography for sharing these dreamy images with us today.
“The idea for a styled shoot evolved from a conversation between a group of creative friends. The plan was to bring together, compliment and showcase our individual talents – from photography to calligraphy – to share with engaged couples looking for a little inspiration. From this the Wedding Collective was born.
This was the first time we’ve all worked together. A collaboration that felt just right – an exciting and enthusiastic meeting of creative minds, with a shared sense of style and fun.A beautiful garden in Nottingham provided a serene, natural woodland backdrop for our shoot. With a focus on seasonality we wanted to create and capture a soft, tonal, romantic stage for our bride, in the dream-like quality of late afternoon light. Simple, beautiful, but with a touch of the theatrical.Matt’s photography is all about storytelling. His use of detail and strong emphasis on using the available natural light captured the atmosphere of the day.Louise’s fluid and unstructured approach to floral design offered a wildly romantic selection of rustic pastels and greenery with roses and peonies billowing within textured greenery and foliage.Elle created a collection of show-stopping cakes for a dessert table, combining seasonal flavours with elegant decorations of edible flowers and a little bit of patisserie magic.
Kayleigh’s contemporary hand-lettering added finery and delicate detail to menus and signs with a focus on simple craftsmanship.
Rachael’s beautiful cinematography was the icing on the cake – ethereal and and dreamlike, the short film has captured the magic of the afternoon perfectly.Our model Selma wore a stunning, simple, and sophisticated sheer slip dress from Ghost. The make-up by Joella, enhanced Selma’s natural beauty, with berry stained lips and smokey eyes. While hairdresser Elle, added soft flowing waves combined with an elegant floral headpiece.And of course Mother Nature played her part – we were blessed with soft light and a gentle breeze. If only we could promise good weather to every wedding we worked at!”
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE |
Photography | Matt Horan Photography
Flowers | Louise Price at Number 27 Floral Design
Cakes | Elle Townsend
Stationery & Signage | Kayleigh Tarrant
Cinematography | Rachael Horan
Make Up | Joella Senior
Model | Selma Hujić
Oh so wonderful.
Thanks so very much to the whole team for sharing the results of this shoot on WWW xo Lou