It is true to say, Britain doesn’t allow for many outdoor weddings because of the rain, but just sometimes we manage to get some beautiful sunshine. This shoot was all about celebrating the sun and and providing some inspiration for a pretty outdoor wedding, even if it does mean the ground is wet and you have to prance around in wellies! I suppose this is a bittersweet goodbye to the warm days we had but rather than feel a little depressed about it, here’s to remembering how lovely it was. These wonderful images are by Hannah Akers.
Instead of one large floral centrepiece for the table, we went for an array of different pieces in glass vases which the very talented Marianne from Sweet Pea Flowers created. The colours used were pinks, peaches, creams and greens. It has a slight rustic feel to it with the straw hearts on the chairs and beautiful green surroundings.
The aim of the shoot was to style the models in something soft and quite understated, with a boho style hair for the bride and something cute and neat for the bridesmaid. The hairstylist was the lovely Amanda White. The bride was dressed in a whimsical dress by Monsoon and her bridesmaid wore a beautiful vintage style dress from Anthropologie.
Our make-up artist was the multi-talented Anna Lingis who created a natural look for both bride and bridesmaid but ensured their eyes still dazzled! Anna specialises in both bridal make-up and body art. Have a peek at more of her work here.
If you like a pretty, feminine style- this is ideal for your wedding.