A beautiful style-shoot from our friends at Tees Bakery, we couldn’t wait to share the details of these precious pink pictures.
Timeless style showcasing decadent yet chic details characterise this romantic shoot aimed at the classic and discerning bride. Set in Warren House, a space offering a number of beautiful rooms with views overlooking landscaped gardens, the Grade II listed Victorian country house provides the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable day.
Inspired by the crystal Morganite, the sister of both Emerald and Aquamarine, it signifies divine love and is known for healing, compassion, assurance and promise. The colour palette; blush pink, nude, cream and gold is classic and elegant. Irrespective of the season or trends, blush pink will never go out of style, particularly when paired with cream and luxurious gold – two other colours that transcend fads.
Morganite can be a variety of soft pinks but can also be found in peach, salmon and violet hues. Morganite is said to encourage loving thoughts and actions, consideration and responsibility and being receptive to love from others which makes it a fitting muse for this stunning shoot captured by Tino Antoniou.
The choice of a gold metallic accent provides a luxurious feel and elevates the pink, cream and white throughout. From the refined and beautifully detailed invitations by Bella Collection – your guests’ first indication of what your wedding will be like through to the matching wedding stationery to make each guest feel special – careful consideration and cohesion is evident.
The tablescape encompassing blush glassware with gold detailing by LSA International, tableware by So Special contrasted by the white and blush pink linen and napkins by Memories4u Weddings pull the theme together. The Lilac Room in Warren House and Jacqui James’ striking gowns and gold Christian Louboutin shoes provide the perfect canvas for The Flower Story London’s beautiful blooms.
Copious fresh flowers may be an extravagance outside the realms of some budgets but with attentive and flexible design, flowers can be repositioned during the day to make an impact while being considerate of your budget. The Flower Story’s use of hydrangeas, pink roses, foliage and ivy across the tablescape, the backs of the white Louis chairs and mantlepiece, certainly make a statement. Scattered candles and candelabras add to the romance and decadence.
More and more, the pièce de résistance of any wedding, apart from the gorgeous wedding dress, plus bride and groom, of course, is often the wedding cake – in this instance four! These delectable works of art by Tees Bakery (who also conceptualised the shoot and styling) in various shades of pink, white and gold serve as delicious décor to be shared with guests later in the evening. The delightful personalised cookies and macarons, also by Tees Bakery, are a sweet addition.
Each element of this exquisitely styled shoot was chosen to compliment the pretty colour palette and create a sense of occasion and sophisticated drama.