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Gothic Design Impressed Wedding ceremony Model


Strawberry Hill Home & Backyard served because the beautiful backdrop for this gorgeous styling challenge, orchestrated by Lucy Meehan Occasions Ltd.

Along with a gifted workforce of suppliers, together with Love My Costume beneficial cake designer, Louise Hayes, Lucy reworked this 18th-century Gothic treasure into an intimate wedding ceremony day scene, brimming with trendy floral and ornamental magnificence – due to floral designer Johanna Pedrick. Each considerate element was designed to enhance and spotlight the venue’s breathtaking, storied structure and wealthy inside design, making a seamless mix of outdated and new.

This editorial not solely showcases a masterclass in wedding ceremony day styling that considers sample, color, print and texture, it additionally demonstrates how refined touches can dramatically redefine and elevate a venue.

Lucy’s phrases observe.

Sassi Holford puff sleeve wedding dress. Bride holds a modern wedding bouquet on neutral and toffee tones. Groom stands behind her clutching her waist wearing a modern blue suit. The backdrop is the inside of Strawberry Hill House & Garden. Helen Warner Photography.

In collaboration with Strawberry Hill Home & Backyard a superbly beautiful 18th century Gothic fortress located in leafy Twickenham.

Wedding table flowers in a low ceramic bowl, styled by Johanna Pedrick. Tall pale taper candles and low mottled glass candle motives decorate the table. Helen Warner Photography.
The stunning Gothic interior of Strawberry Hill House. Helen Warner Photography.

My imaginative and prescient was to design a marriage shoot which captured the design and architectural options of the Home, whereas bringing a recent magnificence to encourage bridal {couples} trying to get married in a historic area.

Bride and groom entering the room to enjoy the stunning Gothic interior of Strawberry Hill House. Helen Warner Photography.

I drew inspiration from the wealthy 18th century Gothic options notably, the dramatic staircase, gorgeous Library, and the white fairy-tale exterior of this ‘little Gothic fortress’.

An elegant bride in a puff sleeved wedding dress by Sassi Holford descends the carved wooden staircase at Strawberry Hill House. Helen Warner Photography.

Within the Library, the flowers and foliage, designed by Johanna Pedrick Flowers captured a chic and trendy palette of caramel, hazel, golden mustard and white. Flowers included: Biscuit Amaranthus, Golden Mustard Roses, Royal Porcelina spray roses, Dahlia, together with Miscanthus and Pennisetum.

Flowers have been grouped at totally different heights to create traces and construction to enhance the distinctive Gothic architectural particulars on the ground to ceiling bookcases.  The feel and form from the grasses and Amaranthus in shades of biscuit and hazel subtly decide up the leather-based tones of the antiquarian books to reinforce the atmosphere of the room.

The bride’s hand tied asymmetrical bouquet used a number of seasonal flowers and foliage in mushy autumnal tones. Flowers included: Golden Mustard Roses, Playa Blanca Roses, Dahlia, Majolica spray rose and Biscuit Decorative Grasses which included Pennisetum. Rosemary was additionally added for remembrance.

Elegant modern hand tied wedding bouquet featuring roses in neutral and toffee tones. Helen Warner Photography.

I introduced trendy touches to the desk décor with the chairs and cutlery however selected a barely extra ornate charger plate to mix the outdated and new. Completely different textures have been chosen in a wide range of the small print on the desk settings, to reflect the design of the room.

Bride and groom entering the room to enjoy the stunning Gothic interior of Strawberry Hill House. Helen Warner Photography.
Plates with elegant edging that mirrors the  stunning Gothic interior design and architecture of Strawberry Hill House. A green velvet ribbon decorates the plate. Silver cutlery. Helen Warner Photography.

A impartial color base was chosen to work with the books and excessive arches of the library. Identify settings have been certain with stunning deep inexperienced velvet bows which introduced a contact of latest and offered a trendy memento different to put playing cards.

Stationery was offered by Grace & Bramble, who drew inspiration from the tones and textures of the room.

Dark green velvet bow positioned on a table setting. The bow is created by the Embroidered Napkin Company. The bow sits up top of elegant wedding stationery wtih the guests name and a menu. Helen Warner Photography.

The classically three-tiered cake continued the theme of texture and up to date magnificence, with its white minimal design and refined sugar detailing. Designed and created by Louise Hayes Cake Design.

Staff Glam Bridal Hair & Make-up saved the make-up recent and pure together with relaxed and romantic textured hair kinds.

Black modern bride with natural curly afro hair, wears a puff sleeve wedding dress by Sassi Holford. Helen Warner Photography.

The ‘Ophelia’ costume we chosen from Sassi Holford, offered the epitome of grace, with a contemporary silhouette design, outlined by its corseted strapless bodice and stylish detachable puff-sleeves.

Styling Notes

Beginning with a base of the delicate tones out of your color palette on linen and stationery you possibly can layer the total vary of complementary colors, reflecting the room, in particulars akin to floral designs and lengthy tapered candles.

The important thing to creating your personal distinctive look and identification is then to layer in textural parts akin to an expensive serviette (or colored bow), ornate crockery contrasted with elegantly easy place settings.

By balancing these parts with the wealthy and historic options of a singular property, akin to Strawberry Hill Home & Backyard, this presents {couples} the chance to create a very particular person and trendy look to have fun their big day.

Lucy Meehan Occasions Ltd
Annabel

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Founding father of Love My Costume. Passionate Podcaster and Editor. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire together with her husband and enterprise accomplice Philip, their two daughters and menagerie of furry hounds. She loves images, meditation, strolling, being outdoor and star gazing. She is fierce with regards to championing expertise throughout the wedding ceremony trade and when she’s not engaged on Love My Costume, she helps her husband Philip within the operating of the household’s sustainable flower farm and floral design enterprise, Moonwind Flowers. In 2013, she grew to become a broadcast writer.





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