The Cloths of Heaven Inspiration

Something that always delights Me about the ‘getting ready’ portion of a wedding is the feminine details surrounding the Bride! From her quieter moments preparing for the day to beautiful pieces of jewellery, her bouquet and the gentle morning light bathing all of these pretty elements which can be captured in the most stunning and artistic way. This luminous shoot by Rachel Rose does just that and you’ll find flowers framing the most beautiful ring by Sarah Brown Jewellery, and gilded golden calligraphy by Lovely Day Fleur. Let’s not forget the darling silk two piece with a matching robe by Ailsa Munro – perfect for feeling lovely whilst getting ready and enjoying the morning!

Ailsa tells us more about the shoot and its inspiration; “Rachel put together this boudoir shoot based on the poem “the Cloths of Heaven” by Yeats, so it was only natural that she had it immaculately copied out by calligrapher Lovely Day Fleur. I came on board and designed the lingerie using the natural, soft tones that Rachel loves to photograph, highlighted with hints of gold in the lace. Hannah from Wildflower Florist created the perfect bouquet in her signature loose and wild style which tied perfectly into the colour palette.”



For me, there’s nothing more fulfilling than creatively bringing exciting new ideas and beautiful features to B.LOVED that inspire you to find the soulful moments in your life.
As well as B.LOVED Editor, I am also a Wedding Photographer and Graphic Designer. I love sunshine, dreamy interiors, travel and animals! I share my life with my Fiancé James and our rescue dogs Joey & Teddy.


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