You know the song all things bright and beautiful, well I think it may have been written for this inspiration shoot planned and styled by, recommended suppliers, Mrs T Wedding and assisted by M.Fiore Events. Featuring a flower embroidered wedding dress, colourful flowers and soo much joy. There is also patterned china and delicious treats because we should all dine vicariously like The Duke and Daphne Bridgerton!
Flower embroidered wedding dress inspiration and bright flowers at The Cherry Barn in Sussex.
Styling the Orchard, Constance of Mrs T Weddings selected the gorgeous plush ‘Pretty in Pink’ seating complemented by vintage pieces including leather trunks, suitcases, coffee tables, silverware, a typewriter and gramophone. Statuesque meadow-like floral arrangements were interspersed between the seating using a vivid dream-like combination of colours including delphiniums, teal pampas, pink cafe au lait dahlias and roses. Almost as though it would have come out of Chanel advert.
Set-up for the outdoor pagoda ceremony kept to a minimalist, natural feel. Rustic wooden chairs and a series of vintage rugs created an aisle leading to the wooden pagoda. For the female couple ceremony, an arch of open roses and peonies for the wedding ceremony. To show some alternative flair and colour, a ribbon curtain set in a birch wood frame was used for Jordan and Roddy’s ceremony, that created a beautiful movement in the photographs and a fun, eclectic vibe.
The wedding breakfast tablescapes were rustic wooden tables dressed in vintage china plates, candlesticks and coloured glass wear. An explosion of colour came from the bold, architectural flower centrepieces by Chirpee Flowers featuring kniphofia, helenium and grasses.
Mrs T Weddings, brings a sensational styled shoot and celebration of love and diversity. Her inspiration was the glamour and hedonism of relaxed luxury in the English countryside with a flower embroidered wedding dress.
Mrs T Weddings worked exclusively with Victoria Sanders bridalwear. Having worked for Matthew Williamson, his trademark influence can be seen in her stunning designs. Every dress is handmade in her London studio, often featuring exquisite embroidery and embellishments and provide options for brides who are looking to incorporate colour into their dresses. The flower girl dress for the shoot was the first Victoria had made, after many requests from previous brides to design something for the younger members of the wedding party. Elegant bridal accessories were provided by Rachel Sokhal and posies by Chirpee Flowers brought together wheat and country garden flowers to look like they had been picked from the beautiful orchard and fields surrounding The Cherry Barn.