Today’s styled shoot offers stunning garden wedding inspiration for any of you couples planning an elegant summer celebration focussed on a soft yet colourful palette. Beautifully captured by fine art wedding photographer Cat Hepple as part of the Illuminated Collective workshop it’s a collaboration of many of the wedding industries most sought after suppliers. Brimming with breath-taking details showcasing all that is luxe and lovely about planning a wedding in the heart of the British countryside, here’s a little more about this creative concept by Jessie Thompson…
Two of the Spring 2015 Pantone colours were featured in the colour scheme for this shoot – the coral pink “Strawberry Ice” and fresh “Tangerine” – I wanted to show how bright colours can still be effortlessly chic and timeless, which is ultimately what most brides want from their wedding day. Coral was a hugely popular colour for my real weddings in 2014, so I think these new warm Spring colours will have a huge appeal for a lot of couples planning their 2015 wedding. Even though the tones are bright – they’ve been inspired by nature, which is ultimately what I try to do most as someone with a passion for fine art weddings.
…This was so hard to edit! Every single detail sits perfectly within the scheme and the colour palette is divine. Pin away!
Thanks to Cat & Jessie for sharing.
//Credits:Photographer: Cat Hepple Photography//Event Planner & stylist: Jessie Thomson Weddings & Events//Event Planner: Taylor Barnes Photography //Styling assistant: Westwood Design//Hair accessories: Kelly Spence//Floral Designer: The Rose Shed//Venue: Barnsley House//Dress: Johanna Hehir//Stationery: Juliet Grace Design//Cakes: The Natural Cake Company//Make-up Artist: Nina Norman//Hair stylist: Nicholas White//Jewellery: Astley Clarke//Tableware & cutlery: Helene Millot Furnishings//Submitted via Two Bright Lights