Today we're showing off this autumnal wedding with a modern feel at the Chapel House Estate. It has an unusual colour palette you don't see every day with lavender and rust tones! The colours just look so incredible together. We've got some amazing Recommended suppliers working together for this one! The wedding dress is from Recommended supplier, Love and Loved Bridal, Abstract Events UK, was behind the planning and styling, The Little Wedding Warehouse, provided the decor AND Recommended supplier, Amy Woodham Photography, captured the gorgeous day. It couldn't be any better!
Lavender and rust florals for a Chapel House Estate wedding
This concept came to life with the help of all the wonderful suppliers involved. All the suppliers were really thoughtful with what they created. I think one of the most important things for a wedding look to be cohesive is for the team on board to really understand and love the vision.
Chapel House Estate
The shoot took place at an amazing venue called Chapel House Estate. The venue is an exclusive-use luxury venue, with beautiful features such as hideaway lodges for guests, a secluded walled courtyard, stunning gardens and natural charms. The Estate boasts a converted Old Malt Granary and a state-of-the-art Banqueting Barn with a cool bar and modern interior. This venue does not disappoint! Those gardens are so perfect for wedding backdrops. The Chapel House Estate is a great place for couples to spend their wedding celebrations, with the house featuring a copper bath and a balcony overlooking the gardens.
Styling & Fashion
A beautiful ombré style organic floral column was created for the wedding ceremony. The floral columns were repurposed for the dessert area with a champagne tower to really get the party started! The bride wore an elegant wedding dress, with a structured bodice and off-the-shoulder straps. The wedding dress was the perfect in-between for a modern yet classic princess fairytale look. The bride's makeup had an autumnal feel, with brown lipstick and gold tones for the eye makeup. The groom wore a rust tie and a beige suit to compliment the colour palette.
If you've got a sweet tooth, then a dessert table and a giant wedding cake are the way to go!
I used lavender with rust tones to bring autumn elements to the day and added a chartreuse green to make it all pop! The tablescape featured natural textures, including terracotta concrete candleholders and fruit. The centrepieces had florals with different heights, shapes and textures.
We've certainly fallen in love with this autumnal shoot at the Chapel House Estate. If you have as well, you'll probably like this iced wedding cake roundup because that cake is just incredible! Loving the bridal makeup? For some more wedding makeup inspiration, take a look at our 48 wedding makeup ideas.