This boho-luxe Waresley Park Estate wedding inspiration is currently ticking all our boxes. A French Chateau style house - check. A blush pink wedding dress and veil - double-check. Plus, an outdoor reception complete with Edison bulb installation and a pampas grass and dried palm leaf moon gate. Captured by talented, Recommended photographer Laura Williams Photography and featuring stationery designs by Recommended stationer The Luxe Paper Co. and a lace getting ready robe by Recommended supplier Silk Garters. You're going to love it! Happy pinning!
Boho luxe Waresley Park Estate wedding with blush pink wedding dress and light installation.
We wanted to transform this quiet countryside setting into a boho-luxe oasis with a carelessly cool vibe.
Waresley Park Estate
The shoot was held at, beautiful new venue Waresley Park Estate. It may have taken place in the Bedfordshire countryside, but this shoot has us dreaming of celebrations in a faraway land! We started the celebrations with bridal preparation in the main house, followed by a lakeside ceremony, with views across the lake up to the house. We then positioned the dreamy tablescape at the top of the hill, with sweeping views down over the rolling parkland. Our couple explored the picturesque setting with countless beautiful spots for photos. Finally, nestled in the gardens, we had a beautiful boho lounge area.
Inspiration & Styling
The Hall & Co. team, who styled and provided florals for the day, took inspiration from a destination wedding in Mallorca and used both fresh and dried florals to create several amazing installations. The dreamy tablescape focused on details and incorporated lots of wonderful touches from small businesses. This included personalised candle favours by Ignium Candle, as well as handmade pottery by Amber B Pottery. We explored and layered textures including different linens and earthenware and rounded stationery by the Luxe Paper Co. which all helped to add texture and detail to the design.
Fashion And Beauty
Bridal fashion consultant, Joanna Southwell, carefully handpicked a selection of different bridal brands and designers to coordinate a series of incredible looks, including a bespoke blush jumpsuit, statement veils, and handmade headdresses. When planning hair and makeup we opted for a clean and classic look that enhanced the model’s natural features and suited the overall style of the shoot.
The simple, but elegant cake by Bitesize Bakehouse was decorated with a selection of dried grasses and incorporated a hint of contrasting blush and lilac that added a pop of colour. We chose to display this on a trio of Perspex plinths surrounded by dried and fresh arrangements, to create a modern alternative to the traditional cake table.
Why have a moon gate with just pampas grass or dried palm leaves, when you can have both?!
Nestled in the gardens, we had a beautiful boho lounge area provided by Propshop Hall&Co. We opted for furniture in a palette of muted neutrals and incorporated pieces in both leather and cane, which was softened with linen accents and dried arrangements.