The trend for fine art wedding photography is here to stay lovely readers. I mean what’s not to love about dreamy, light infused, whimsical imagery? The style lends itself perfectly to pretty and luxe weddings with a touch of sass and style in equal measure.
These wondrous shots are courtesy of Jessica Davies Fine Art Photography and they delve right into a William Morris meets ethereal wedding concept set at Chafford Park. The use of wooden tables against the wooden wall backdrop with a myriad of beautifully chosen pieces to adorn the rustic table scape. Think raw romantic fabric draping gently alongside tall candles and dainty glass wear.
Then there were the florals, which were in themselves a masterpiece. The flower arch really are what wedding dreams are made of, not to mention the super pretty bouquets. They flowed in the most exquisite way with the vintage inspired bridal looks and stationery too. It’s all just too gorgeous.
“The shoot was based on a fine art, almost ethereal concept to create the ultimate wedding daydream within a rustic venue. Chafford Park is a blank canvas venue within the quaint Kent countryside, this, as well as inspiration from William Morris was the concept for the shoot.
Organic, dreamy, eclectic textures and details contrasted against the rustic timber backdrop to become a unique space. The styling, by Emily K Weddings, focused on capturing the romance of a wedding day for brides and grooms seeking an alternative venue but still swooning over the pretty, dreamy traditions. The gin bar, horse and signs injected personality into the shoot, reflecting the tastes of a modern bride and groom.
The table was styled with intricate details and delicate colours through the Duchess and Butler crockery and glassware. The cascading silk runner and ribbons from Kate Cullen added texture and free flowing lines to the timber table top. Candle sticks and brass bud vases added height to the table centre allowing enough conversation space for people dining. The main focal point was the beautiful floral centrepiece, by Jennifer Pinder, that really brought the table to life. The organic, pretty stems overflowing to reflect the stunning Kent countryside.”
Love is enough: though the world be a-waning,
And the woods have no voice but the voice of complaining,
Though the skies be too dark for dim eyes to discover
The gold-cups and daisies fair blooming thereunder,
Though the hills be held shadows, and the sea a dark wonder,
And this day draw a veil over all deeds passed over,
Yet their hands shall not tremble, their feet shall not falter:
The void shall not weary, the fear shall not alter
These lips and these eyes of the loved and the lover
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE |
Photographer | Jessica Davies Fine Art Photography
Styling | Emily K Weddings
Flowers | Jennifer Pinder
Venue | Chafford Park
Videographer | Dwiko Arie Nugroho
Stationery | Tiny Card Company
Wedding Dresses | Paper To Lace
Hair and MUA | Amanda Roberts
Model | Chloe Papworth
Jewellery and Accessories | Simply Faye Tiaras
Glassware and Crockery | Duchess and Butler
Furniture and Prop Hire | Anthology Vintage Hire
Linens and Ribbons | Kate Cullen
Oh my, just outstanding.
Thanks so much to the whole team for sharing the results here at WWW today xo Lou