Encompassing beautiful spring vibes is this wild garden, bohemian inspiration at Gunnersbury Park. Centred around the venue's beautiful light and airy orangey featuring wildflowers, luxe details and killer fashion. Have you seen the column floral arrangements and romantic wedding dress with detachable sleeves yet? Trust us, you don't want to miss them! We highly recommended you stick around for the intimate tablescape laden with candles, biscuit favours and lollipops too. Lucky for us Recommended supplier Char Cook Photography captured all the details.
Gunnersbury Park wild garden bohemian wedding inspiration with column wedding flowers.
Wild garden wedding inspiration at Gunnersbury Park. Set in the venue's beautiful Orangery with a luxe boho theme.
Wild florals were a key element of this shoot at Gunnersbury Park. The floral arch and bouquet were kept loose and untamed in greens, whites and peachy orange colours. These light shades would complement any season but look especially pretty during Spring. We included a botanical gin station to sit alongside the wedding cake, because who doesn't want to wash their cake down with a gin? We kept the food and drink station styling very minimal allowing the cake to be the main focus. The botanical and mint lollipops added another wild garden element, along with the sustainable seed paper wedding stationery. Tablescapes were also kept natural and minimal with lots of added texture. Elegant matte black decor and details, and wildflowers were certainly the perfect mix of rustic and modern.
The location for our wild bohemian shoot was The Orangery at Gunnersbury Park in Ealing. The Rothschilds created it as an exotic fruit and plant house. It currently still houses exotic plants along its rear internal wall. The light and airy setting and interior really enhanced my vision. Whitewash walls and pillars added a luxurious feel with the plants complimenting the wild garden theme. As well as the Orangery, Gunnersbury Park has plenty of gorgeous outdoor areas for photo opportunities, including gothic ruins and a temple.
Adorned in appliqué flowers, the Ronald Joyce wedding dress had a luxe boho feel with detachable sleeves. A floral crown style headband by The Lucky 6pence was another nod to the wild floral theme. There were also matching hair slides and earrings finishing off the bridal look. Additionally, the makeup was kept soft and natural with a slightly orangey eyeshadow to compliment the colour palette. Also, the hair was kept loose with some twists through the back for a natural boho look. The groom wore a light-coloured suit to compliment the Spring theme.
Have you ever considered an orangery wedding venue? The light is just beautiful!
This was my first time creating a styled shoot and I'm so delighted with how it came together. I incorporated lots of unique elements like the gin station and lollipops to really pull the botanical theme together.
Gunnersbury Park Orangery is certainly a show stopper, isn't it? We've always had a soft spot for a glass house wedding venue, that's why we put together our own edit. If you're looking for a light and airy venue, it's definitely worth reading.