Because of photographers like the super talented Belle and Beau Fine Art Photography, I had no idea you fabulous Brits were having a hard time finding the light and airy composition we super heart on SMP. Go figure. But if you were one of the doubters, I’ve got a treat for you today. A bit of beautiful fine-art style wedding inspiration from the aforementioned Belle and Beau. It’s more than enough to convince me you’ve got it going on England (not that I needed convincing)!
From Belle and Beau Photography… It took place this summer at Coombe Lodge in Somerset, UK and was based on the theme of figs and florals. The shoot was created to show that truly beautiful fine art style weddings and light-filled photography are possible for brides in the UK too as many brides over here in England love looking at Style Me Pretty weddings and but feel that they can’t be recreated in England!
We wanted to keep it simple and to showcase stunning florals, beautiful dresses and and gorgeous tableware and to show that a little, simple DIY crafting can go a long way to creating something beautiful! It was also important to come up with something new and original for the crafting and styling which is where using different colours of wool to decorate the cake and cutlery came about. Simple, but genius!
Photography: Belle and Beau Fine Art Photography | Flowers: The Rose Shed | Make-Up: Nina Norman MUA | Hair: Melanie Giles Hairdressing | Coombe Lodge, Somerset: Coombe Lodge | Gowns: The Mews, Clifton | Jewellery: Bees and Graves | Mensware: Clifton Suits | Stylist: Jessie Thompson | Tableware: Ikea | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother | Vintage Furniture Hire: Virginia's Vintage Hire