This stunning Anemone bouquet complements this rustic-luxe inspiration perfectly, proving it’s as versatile as it is pretty. Typically in season from October through to May. These beauties come in a variety of colours, including crisp white as portrayed, which looks stunning against the grey, gold and wood decor.
A contemporary rustic English fairytale inspiration shoot with delicate florals and romantic gowns at The Kedleston Country House in Derbyshire.
“The styling and concept for this wedding inspiration shoot came from Sass Weddings, who gathered a team of East Midlands suppliers to curate a rustic, quintessentially British fairytale, photographed to perfection by Indigo+Violet Photography. The venue for the shoot, The Kedleston Country House, is steeped in British history. Once a former coaching house for the Kedleston estate, it was an ideal location for this shoot, particularly with its Georgian architecture and Derbyshire countryside views from the Orangery.” – Olivia Wainwright
Anemone flowers are amongst our absolute favourite blooms, that’s why we’ve completely fallen for this Anemone bouquet. Its black velvety centre and delicate petals really do draw the eye, making them the perfect choice for minimalist and monochrome weddings. Essentially Floral also mixed Hedera Helix, Foraged English Ivy, Prunus, tightly budded cherry blossom, Eryngium Sirius Qstar Green, Bleeched Preserved Ruscus, Salix Snow Flake, Pussy Willow, Scabiosa Stellata, Spiraea, Tiny white blossom and Astilbe with the Anemone Marianne Panda heads to add texture to the bouquet and floral arrangements, and the results are PIN-tastic!
“Our model for the day was dressed in two stunning gowns, provided by Lori G Bridal Studio and Rachel Simpson shoes. The first gown was a figure-hugging lace number, layering ivory over champagne to add a subtle colour change. The second gown, another beautifully delicate lace number with a cap sleeve for simple elegance and a romantic silhouette. For the first look, the models gorgeous red hair was plaited with some added delicate floral accents. For the second look, her hair was kept down – big and beautiful with her natural curls framing her face. Makeup was kept soft and natural, with a champagne colour to accentuate the eyes.” – Olivia Wainwright