A Bohemian inspired wedding styled shoot with beautiful seasonal tones

Today I am thrilled to share this bohemian inspired wedding styled shoot with beautiful seasonal tones.

Images were captured by Ufniak Photography with Co-ordination by The Yorkshire Bridal.

Michal says of the shoot

 

I felt privileged to be able to work with these amazing wedding suppliers from the Yorkshire area.

Emma from The Yorkshire Bridal had this boho concept in mind and we heavily focused on the details to showcase the amazing wedding gowns as well as props, flowers, cakes and stationery and hopefully to inspire all brides to be.

The shoot was set at Heaton Mount, a venue that was really special to Emma as that is where she was married.

Its a 19th century mansion located to the North of Bradford, just two miles from the world heritage site of Saltaire.

The house retains a lot of original features from when it was a family residence including a stunning staircase, an ideal backdrop to wedding pictures!

They have a civil licence and accommodation on site for wedding guests as well as plenty of outdoor space, including a croquet lawn, front terrace, and a romantic winding driveway

Its a real hidden gem in Bradford that most people do not know about, and Emma wanted to create a bohemian feel with complimenting autumnal tones.

The two beautiful dresses were from the couture collection of Perfect Fit Bridal Couture, and handmade in their bridal studio.

The gowns were Celeste, a dress of colour with a hand appliqued chiffon flower design and a matching veil,in blue, pink and orange hues, and Estelle – an off the shoulder ivory bardo neckline, using  beautiful bohemian laces for effortless style.

Chrys Chapman MUA wanted to capture effortless boho beauty, balanced with a sense of elegance in the models look.

The nature of Boho is relaxed, fun and whimsical, but the formal backdrop of Heaton Mount really demanded a certain degree of structure when it came to hair so she kept the look fresh and playful with a pop of colour.

Gillian Neild Floral Designer created the floral designs for the shoot focusing on a  rustic feel achieved through rich burgundy shades and those fabulous sunflowers!

The colourful bride’s bouquet also features lush Hypericum berries and whispy, Panicum Fountain Grass to create a free-form feel – and with amazing textures too.

Every boho bride also needs a flower crown and model bride, model Hayley, looks stunning in her crown of Carnations, Alium Astrantia and Eucalyptus

Shindig Event Styling supplied the tablescape for the shoot, aiming for a boho-styled relaxed look using patterned glassware and china, alongside Something Lovely Styling who provided some of their props inspired by 70s boho including their vintage peacock chair, macrame backdrop and mini teepees.

HandMaid provided the gorgeous rustic inspired stationery, Love Letters, post box, favours & vintage ladder.

To finish the styling Where The Ribbon Ends was tasked with creating a trio of cakes keeping the look relaxed.

She added beautiful fresh flowers to compliment the theme.

Shoot Credits

Venue: Heaton Mount

Photographer: Ufniak Photography

Curation and co-ordination: The Yorkshire Bridal

Bridal wear: Perfect Fit Bridal Couture

Cakes: Where The Ribbon Ends

Flowers: Gillian Neild

Make up and Hair: Chrys Chapman

Styling: Shindig Event Styling

Stationery, Love Letters, post box, favours & vintage ladder: HandMaid

Macramé, peacock chair, tipis: Something Lovely Styling 

Model: Hayley Pegg

 

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UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

Comments

  1. Reply

    Thank you for sharing! It was a great day and a privilege to work with such an amazing team os suppliers! 🙂

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