Ever wanted to see rock and roll meets disco with fantastic splashes of viva magenta, all in one wedding? Well, you're in the right place, we can assure you of that. This incredible editorial shoot at Recommended venue Elmore Court has it all. The fabulous florals are from Recommended supplier Isabloom Floral Design, and she and RAW Bridal Makeup came up with the concept and planning of this masterpiece together. The artistic cake from Recommended supplier The Orchid Kitchen had all of our jaws on the floor. All of the photos were masterfully captured by Recommended supplier Mark Horton Photos, with energy and zest pouring out of each one. That's not all - not even close. The bride's beautiful embroidered veil from Recommended supplier Rebecca Anne Designs and her rock and roll leather jacket from Recommended supplier Niamh Designs tied her alternative bridal outfit together perfectly. If you're a fan of retro stationery, then Recommended supplier Love Flora Studio's creations will be right up your street. Arriving in some serious style, the couple looked fantastic in that incredible car from Recommended supplier, Lil & Blue. And finally, Recommended supplier Miranda the Celebrant and Recommended supplier Salt and Scent Events helped bountifully to make this shoot one to remember forever.
Viva magenta colour scheme with a rock and roll meets disco theme - incredible vibes all around!
The magnificent Elmore Court was the perfect venue; always known as ‘The Party House’, it just oozes fun and character. The celebrant-led ceremony took place in The Hall. The Gillyflower, a purpose-built party space made from mud, played host to the divine table-scape and show-stopping cake. The party vibes were ramped up a notch. With more disco balls, textured chargers, waterfall florals, and a fabric banner hung above the central table.
Viva Magenta Colour Scheme
The style and colour palette was designed around the florals, which took centre stage. The Pantone colour of the year Viva Magenta was used as the base colour, complimented with reds and neutrals. We love seeing couples showcase their personality in the wedding design! Gone are the days when they felt they had to conform to age-old traditions. This shoot embraces individuality and brings the party vibe that modern couples demand. The ceremony was romantic, yet edgy. The disco balls at the entrance with a Let’s Party sign gave a sneak peek of what was planned for later.
Fashion was a massive part of the shoot to capture the vision. We wanted our bride to feel effortlessly beautiful and sexy while being comfortable. The hair and makeup complimented the vibe perfectly, with a simplistic approach using beautifully luxurious products. The artists changed it up for the ‘evening’ with hair down and red lips; party time!
Disco ball wedding decor is becoming a huge trend, and we absolutely love to see it!
On a scale of 1-10, how weird would it be to print all of these photos out and stick them on my walls? Weird? Ok. Got it. If you want to emulate some of the vibes from this fantastic shoot, we've got you. Our article on champagne towers can get your alcohol-based decor to the next level. Want to arrive in serious style, as these two did? Then our roundup of wedding cars can be the fuel to get you there.