If you weren't in the mood the weekend, you certainly will be after viewing this modern luxury wedding inspiration planned by Recommended suppliers Cara Zagni Photography and Salsabil Morrison Photography of Lunita Workshop. It not only boasts the most stylish and fun wedding party portraits, but also a next level decorated wedding reception. Cue hanging drapes, fresh and dried flower arrangements and elegant tableware. There is also champagne, shades and a convertible because everyone should travel in style!
Modern luxury wedding inspiration with stylish black-tie attire, dried and fresh flowers and a vintage car.
We wanted to create inspiration for the modern bride looking to plan a high end, luxe wedding. It was consciously styled with attention to detail. Choosing creams, beiges and warm tones, such as toffees and soft nudes, to complement the stunning brickwork. Spreading our inspiration across the entire day, from the ceremony to the first dance.
MODERN LUXURY WEDDING
We created a jaw-dropping ceremony set up, with hanging drapes and flowers, shaping and complementing the room at Pentney Abbey. We wanted to centre the ceremony around the window, which brings so much beauty to the space. The reception room was transformed with long tables, stunning flowers and hanging fabric that created a really intimate feeling in the space, as well as giving the wow factor.
The florals needed to be all the best bits of modern and boho styling. With everything being neutral-toned and subtle, this had to be all about texture. The brief included lots of natural grasses and fabulous silhouettes, so I created displays using a mixture of fresh and dried elements with contrasting forms – feathery pampas, graphic teasles, twisted willow and frilly caramel-toned garden roses, including Toffee, Earl Grey and my absolute favourite nude rose, Westminster Abbey.
The addition of florals such as orchids and dark-toned twisting fritillarias elevated the look, giving the overall feel a luxe edge. A statement sculptural ceremony piece climbed up the huge window of Pentney Abbey, created with twisted willow, grasses, draping dried amaranthus and lots of beautiful fresh blooms which perfectly complemented the colours of the room. Teasles looked fabulous as structural floor standing pew end pieces – such a simple and budget-friendly option, but super striking as silhouettes against the pale backdrop of MiaSylvia’s fabric installation!
MiaSylvia is an ethical Stylist that specialises in sustainable textile practices. You'll find the MiaSylvia collection of fabrics are regenerated using only natural dyes. The pigments Mia cooks up in her studio range from ingredients such as plants, flowers, food waste and scrap metals. These skills translate into bespoke services such as; table runners, napkins, ribbons, ceremony backdrops and larger fabric installations to transform venues.
A champagne tower is the height of sophistication for any party, event or celebration. Let's get those bubbles flowing
Alongside Textile Design, Mia works as the in-house stylist for Anthology Vintage Hire. Anthology Hire has an impressive collection of vintage furniture, decor, props and trestle tables that have been hand made in their workshop with reclaimed wood.
Recommended suppliers Cara Zagni Photography and Salsabil Morrison Photography of Lunita Workshop enlisted the help of so many talented suppliers to bring their modern luxury wedding vision to life. Taking us from an intimate ceremony to drinks reception and wedding breakfast all with sophistication and style.