Quintessential English Garden Wedding Inspiration
November 6, 2014
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If you dream of quaint English charm and dapper details for your Big Day, I highly recommend you spend some QT in this enchanting gallery from CJK VisualsPlanned For Perfection filled it with the prettiest of pastels in the form of bow-tied linens, perfectly plated roses and floral crowns from Lilyfee Floral Designs and garden-gorgeous stationery from Lucy Ledger. It's seamless and well, captivating beyond words. See it all here!
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From CJK Visuals...After my first backpacking trip around Europe, I immediately fell in love and needed to get back. I've wanted to shoot international weddings since I first started doing photography, so that first trip over inspired me to reach out and make it happen. I started to email different planners about meeting up in April, when I stumbled upon Jane Riddell of Planned for Perfection based out of the Cotswolds in England. She was immediately excited and up to work on an amazing English-wedding styled shoot with me on my next trip over in August.

When she asked what sort of shoot I was interested in doing, I said anything ENGLISH! It's so different and very specific- nothing like I'm used to shooting over on the East Coast in the states. Jane was 100% up for it and she really put together something special.

Fast forward a few months of emails back and forth, discussing minor details- and I am in England prepping for my first international styled shoot! I arrived after a flight, train, and taxi ride to the incredible Bibury Court Hotel, and my jaw was on the ground. I can't begin to explain how perfectly English this venue is- it looks like a movie set! Jane and her team put together one of the most incredibly beautiful shoots I've ever seen. The florals, dresses, and real-life couples that modeled for us couldn't have been more perfect. I am so looking forward to getting back over there and working with this amazing team of vendors again!