This Bodleian Library wedding in Oxford is the perfect combination of contemporary and traditional. Incorporating many new, fun elements, such as a joint bride and groom wedding speech, and opting for timeless attire in the shape of bride Ali’s stunning Sassi Holford Tamara wedding dress. Images come from the lovely Lucy Davenport whose light, documentary-style tell this tale beautifully. Plus the use of trees and beautiful florals to decorate the historical space is going to knock your socks off!
You’ll most definitely want to get comfy for this decadent inspiration shoot planned and styled by Knots & Kisses. All the deep forest green and black tones mixed with luxurious fabrics, metallic gold accents, dark wood and sumptuous florals will have your senses going into overdrive. Photographer Carla from Daze of Glory Photography is a master of dark moody photography which lends itself perfectly to this deep dark concept. It’s probably safe to assume you should get your pinning fingers at the ready! Enjoy.
WOW, talk about wedding goals.
From the epic smoke bomb portraits during sunset on the Scottish mountains, to the beaded sleeves of bride Carol’s Eliza Jane Howell gown, you are not going to know what’s hit you, it’s that good.
Caitlin + Jones certainly know how to capture a moment (in photography and film), and this rustic wedding is FULL of them.
Now are you sitting comfortably, because believe me you’re going to want to savour every last detail.
I can hardly believe my eyes when I look around and see that Autumn is here. The rich tones, dappled light and cosy atmosphere it brings is second to none. Like the weather Bridesmaid dresses have swiftly turned from light, bright, airy materials and shades to more sumptuous fabrics and deeper hues perfectly mirroring this majestic time of year. From forest green, burgundy and all the jewel tones in between we hope to inspire you, and very much look forward to all the colour infused weddings we’ll be receiving in the future.