Nothing says romance like pastels, lace and flowers. This pretty wedding shoot from Natalie D Photography, has it all.
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with a romantic editorial shoot full of flowers and pretty dresses sure to make your heart go a-flutter. This shoot, from Natalie D Photography and team has all the feels for those dreaming of a country house wedding with elegant charm and contemporary details.
“The stunning historical Grade I listed building, Bradbourne House in Kent, England, is a venue full of English history and culture” Natalie told us. “with wonderful blue interiors, the floor to ceiling windows draped our shoot in soft natural light.”
Bradley, a long sleeve lace and crepe dress by Wtoo by Watters, has a soft lace neckline and crepe train with button back.
Kate Wren combined her inimitable floral styling with English roses and anemones creating an abundant pallet of pastels for the bouquet, table and fireplace.
The bride’s hair and makeup was styled by Nina Gregory with handmade floral clips and headband from Miss Clemmie Accessories.
Hire The Look styled the antique dining table with striking modern gold cutlery, gold edged glassware and hand-dyed silks. Timeless, elegant and unashamedly romantic.
Pastel, spring colours and femininity is the inspiration, with neutral tones, romantic bridal gowns, stunning florals and a table setting draped with hand dyed silks. The shoot is simple, elegant, light and sophisticated.
Natalie D Photography
Emily’s Mixing Bowl designed and created a three tiered cake with handmade sugar flowers and painted gold leaf embellishments, perfectly ‘on palette’ with Kate Wren’s flowers.
The neutral stationery suite was created by Jacqui at Peonies and Paperclips who added texture with blind de-bossing and clear foil.
The Turin gown by Signature Justin Alexander is an illusion lattice lace fit and flare dress with keyhole back, hand beaded and finished with buttons down to the hem.
“The second dress from Wtoo by Watters is straight out of a fairy-tale” says Natalie, and she’s not wrong. “…puff sleeves and floaty romantic layers, ooze femininity and romance.”
The vibe is flawlessly feminine and if you’ve already got your eye on one, if not all, of these beautiful gowns you’ll find them at Harper Smith Bridal in Kent.
“All the women suppliers involved made this shoot what it is” explained Natalie “empowered, strong, romantic, elegant and timeless. I thank all the fine art wedding suppliers who put so much heart and soul in to this project.”