I love sharing wedding inspiration shoots with you all because they really allow the suppliers to showcase their talents and creativity. Every single person involved in this shoot is one of the industries finest and so the results are just beautiful. Set at the stunning Gallivant Hotel, one of our recommended wedding venues, which is located right on the beach, you really couldn't find a more magical setting for an intimate wedding breakfast. I love the combination of bold, sumptuous, berry toned florals with icy blue and grey linens. The dresses by Cherry Williams are dreamy too! It's like a glorious ship wreck of wedding dreams has just been washed up on the beach, along with a ridiculously gorgeous bride and groom...definitely one to lose yourself in this evening!
“My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep; the more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite.” William ShakespeareThis beautiful quote from Romeo & Juliet became our initial source of inspiration for the shoot. It perfectly describes how the ocean is just like love, the rough seas signifying the ups and downs of a modern marriage and waves that can rock us. The depths of the oceans conveying an enduring love which knows no bounds. We chose a colour palette of muted blues sensitive to the coastal environment, and used beautiful, textured florals with additional hues of plum, pink and peach and lush greenery to create a fresher look. Our tablescape featured a selection of beautiful hand-thrown artisan dinnerware by Broste Copenhagen, I love how the textured glazed stoneware perfectly compliments the mood of the shoot and the varying patterns in the glaze reflect the rippling waves. Even the colours were sensitive to the design mirroring the pale blue seas and bleached sandy beaches. We kept the rest of the styling very organic, relaxed and simple, using hand-dyed natural linens, artisanal style charcuterie boards and hand-calligraphed stationery. I loved the floral arch created with an abundance of textured, overflowing florals and the use of carefully curated heirloom pieces which enforced the romantic, English inspired aesthetics. The Cherry William's dresses perfectly complimented the mood, and we loved how the fabric was fluid and moved beautifully in the wind.