Pale peach, gold and lots of greenery bring this gorgeous shoot, at brand new wedding venue, Broadfield Court, to life. This is a really special venue, and one that should definitely be on your list if you’re still searching. My parents live close by, as did my grandparents, and I remember having some lovely long lunches here before it was bought and transformed into the stunning space it is today.
The team behind this shoot have really brought the spaces at Broadfield to life and as I mentioned, the colour palette is simply delicious. Enjoy this one lovelies, I can’t wait to see some gorgeous real weddings from Broadfield in the future!
Broadfield Court Romantic Wedding Venue
The Team Behind The Shoot: Inspired by the paintings of John William Waterhouse and Hans Zatzka we wanted to create scenes as if through the artist’s eyes. A mix of sultry romantic poses, lily ponds, sumptuous tones and props, and heavenly Dutch-masters style florals and fruits, combined yellow and peachy pink tones for something a bit more daring as a wedding palette.
Jessica Turner Designs Bridalwear
The bridal look from Jessica Turner Designs is perfect for relaxed brides looking to add a touch of the bohemian, with effortless lines, fun details and a touch of colour. With hair and make up by Jennifer’s dressing table echoing this feel – natural but a little bit sexy too! Unique vintage jewellery from Agnes Walker adds the perfect final touches, and might echo a bride’s desire to incorporate her own heirloom jewellery rather than opting for more traditional wedding accessories.
Summer Hedgerow Blooms
The florals, just picked from Tammy’s the Wild Bunch flower farm are wild and free, offering the best of the summer blooms and hedgerow jewels. The floral installation would be the perfect asymmetric backdrop to a wedding ceremony, and is particularly beautiful in our venue of Broadfield Court with its expansive gardens and incredible vistas. It was fun to use yellow and peach tones throughout the florals especially – colour combinations sometimes not embraced as much we think it could be for weddings.
The unique stationery designs from Laura Elizabeth Patrick combined the art works that were the inspiration for the shoot, as well as her own original poetry, hand lettered and illustrated components – all completely versatile and beautiful works of art in themselves. The table set up with layers created through plant dyed linens and ribbons from Kate Cullen, mixed with the beautiful nature-inspired ceramics from Julie Reilly would make great additions to any grazing tables for foodie obsessed couples.