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This dreamy shoot from Peony & Blush Weddings showcasing the stunning TH&TH bridesmaids dresses is really getting me in the mood for Spring. There's blossom in the trees, everything is bathed in soft golden sunlight and there are endless pretty pastel dresses making me swoon and dream of longer days, which must be nearly in sight...?! If your bridesmaids are a stylish bunch looking for dresses with a difference, then do check out TH&TH, you won't be disappointed! (Oh and here's some lovely real bridesmaids wearing their dresses from a stunner of a wedding we featured here on RMW).
This absolutely beautiful shoot styled by sister-in-law team Peony & Blush Weddings, took place at The Barns at Lodge Farm, a stunning new rural wedding venue nestled in the Essex countryside just outside of London. From the lush, rambling farmhouse garden to the barns themselves and then the incredible backdrop of the fields at sunset – this shoot is full of dreamlike images to inspire your day. Fine art photographer supremo Amy O’Boyle shot the day and captured the real essence of new bridesmaid brand TH&TH. Their elegant and sophisticated gowns created from super light chiffons and tulles mixed with luxurious laces and soft crepes make for an ethereal wonderland. Paired with delicate dried flower crowns from the incredible Sophie & Luna and the finishing touches of Rachel Simpson shoes.
Completing the look on the gorgeous mix of professional models and real brides-to-be were the talented team of make up artists and hair stylists, Spence & Oliver, Joey Clouter, Mae Hair & Amanda Tironi. Natural blushes and soft dewy eyes were order of the day. Video of the shoot was by Max Butterworth.

Written by Fern Godfrey

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Planning: Peony & Blush | Venue: Lodge Farm Nazeing | Bridesmaids Dresses: TH&TH | Videography: Max Butterworth | Flower Crowns: Sophie & Luna | Shoes: Rachel Simpson | Hair & Make Up: Spence & Oliver | Mae Hair | Amanda Tironi | Joey Clouter
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