WEDDINGS

wedding collage moodboard of neutrals and soft pinks

Fawning Love

Hello you lovely lot! Can you believe it’s February…how time flies huh. I am having a bit of a fine art moment and a serious love for it all – particularly with film photography. Super dreamy heavenly and ethereal images that are just so beautiful to look at. The most romantic images that evoke such wonderful soft and warm emotions, that I guess can almost be described as similar to Love. Lo and behold February is the most of Love and with Valentines just around the corner I wanted to show you gorgeous lot how to achieve a soft, warm and romantic look that would be ideal for the fine art bride.

I am not a lover of red particularly, I do however like pinks but the real soft blush, vintage and nude tones that are also associated with valentines colours. These go perfectly with the neutral fawn, beige and taupe tones that are going to be popular this year. A real muted romantic vision! To achieve this look, think beautiful soft linen and silk flowing materials – used as tablecloths, runners, napkins, drapes and bouquet ribbons. Layering up different textures and tones creates a stunning visual impact and adds interest to the aesthetics. The same applies to your wedding dress – try an antique lace, mocha or blush wedding dress in tulle or lace and floral applique paired with some statement shoes. I personally love loose natural and tumbling florals, which I think work well with a wild and romantic look; stunningly scented David Austin roses blended with peonies, sweet peas and an abundance of foliage (another key trend for this year) all put together in an asymmetric display. Stationery, cake and other details work well when simplistic and subtle. Using a calligraphy font and a tied ribbon is all you may need to finish the look. The materials and florals are a key component so let them do the talking and the rest will all fall into place to create your achingly romantic wedding vision.

moodboard for sophisticated wedding design with soft nude pinks
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Emma R

Emma R

Being named after Jane Austen’s Emma, it is serendipitous that I would end up working in weddings. A country girl at heart, I am equally comfortable roaming the farm in my tweed, surrounded by animals or sat in a beautiful Georgian property dining on afternoon tea and sipping champagne. With a strength in organising and a flair for creativity and a passion for everything wedding related I have been lucky enough to work as a Wedding Co-Ordinator for some stunning venues across the South East. I look after the social media and am Co-Planner at Goose & Berry, luxury wedding & event planners & caterers based in London & Buckinghamshire (www.gooseandberry.co.uk) and am on hand to help you plan and design your perfect day.

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