Laura and George certainly have an eye for detail, choosing to complement the architecture of their Somerset wedding venues with minimalist wedding decor. They designed the monochrome wedding signs and stationery and enhanced them with botanical green and white wedding flowers. Both are also dressed to impress with Laura’s wonderful long sleeve wedding dress being handmade by herself, mum and dear friend.
Get ready to swoon as the lovely We Are The Bazeleys and Kayleigh Pope Photography show us how to do fierce bridal style. There are gorgeous Jesus Peiro wedding dresses straight from the Barcelona Bridal Week catwalks, as well as statement jewellery, natural makeup and feminine wedding hairstyles. Plus, dried flowers and props from our friends Karen at Passion for Flowers and Gemma from The Wedding of My Dreams. Not to mention the gorgeous Compton Verney in Warwickshire playing host to all this minimalist magic.
It doesn’t take much to make good styling sing, and this gorgeous minimalist wedding is proof that less can most certainly be more. The monochrome colour palette, with grey and amber accents, is modern and timeless in equal measure, and allows the amazing space at Sunbeam Studios to shine whilst also creating an intimate atmosphere. The guests – who flew in from all over the world to celebrate with our Hong Kong-based couple – must have greatly enjoyed the elegance of the occasion, whilst also letting their hair down to music by GoldBeat (booked via handpicked RMW supplier Alive Network). Oh, and plus points for the piñata, which was clearly a hit with the kids (and, ahem, big kids for that matter).
You can’t get much more classic or modern than a monochrome colour scheme. The perfect mix of pure and sultry, and effortlessly chic to boot. The Bijou bride made sure every detail was executed to perfection, enlisting the help of some wonderful suppliers to bring her vision to life.
I especially love the understated, but elegant flowers by Catherine Short Floral Design. Both the single stems of Anemones and the hanging installation look divine. As does the bouquet of all white Genista florals.
Then there are the cakes by Gaya’s Cakes! Each one as delicious as the next, and an absolute work of art in their own right.
The talented Igor Demba was behind the lense, who has certainly brought a little magic to the captures with his signature emotive style.
How utterly gorgeous is this shoot? The less is more approach always appeals to me – I’d much rather see a beautifully curated small edit of items than a flamboyant display of mediocrity and I think it’s safe to say The Inner City Weddings girls agree. This shoot is so striking and stylish but also, SO simple. Just a stunning venue, gorgeous blooms and some lovely outfits.
The shoot was captured by the wonderful Agnes Black, whose bohemian eye was just perfect for this styling. Ready to lose yourself in a palette of marsala, cerise and burnt orange? I thought so!