Inspired by our visit to Trent Park this Spring, take a look at the stunning shots from our creative wedding shoot. We were so excited to have found this beautiful location where the fields of rape-seed were in full bloom and it was one of the few days we had perfect spring weather. The star of our shoot was Ebel the horse, chosen from a nearby stable, who added a great touch to the shoot. We are delighted to share with you the series of photos by Adam Alex and with a luxurious but informal feel to this shoot it has captured the magic of an English summer wedding.
If you have chosen a summer country or marquee wedding – or perhaps a pre-wedding photoshoot is on the cards then we hope you can get some inspiration from this shoot.
We love these black and white photos which illustrate the true beauty of what’s being captured in the photos.
The groom was styled in a black 3-piece wedding suit put together by the brothers at Jones & Jones Bespoke. The suit was complimented with a slick sky blue slim tie and a white neat square pocket tie.
How elegant does the bride look in this stunning gown by Terry Fox! The vintage gown is teemed with lace, has a jewel accessory, satin waistband and a plunging neckline and oozes sophistication. We decided that a natural look for the bride was best for this outdoor shoot and with flowing natural hair and the absence of jewellery, we really did let the bridal gown and the surroundings do the talking. The bride’s make up is natural using soft colours on the skin and lips but Jolanda the make up artist also created sexy, smoky eyes for that bit of glamour.
The bridal bouquet was created by the very talented Helen Kyriacou from Jia Floral Designs. Fresh pastel coloured flowers were used for the perfect summer bouquet and the effect was simply stunning. When flowers look as good as those did, you feel as if something is missing when she is not holding them.