Today I am thrilled to share this breathtaking dark and elegant country manor house wedding shoot at Brympton House in Somerset in the beautiful English countryside.
Images were captured by Emma Barrow Photography.
The idea of the shoot was to show off how to creatively style a manor house wedding venue.
There was an air of dark elegance with jet black table linens and beautiful statement chairs complimented by a palette of dark green’s, browns and navy’s with hints of purple to the styling to bring flourish and brightness to the theme.
There are two bridal looks, with both working really well with the grandeur of the setting.
For the first look the Bride wore “Locklin” by Watters with its sheer straps and subtle beaded detail that cascades over the bodice flowing down to the
To accessorise the Bride wears her hair in a loose half up style with a pretty hair vine by Kelly Spence.
The second look “Druida” by Pronovias is more contemporary in a spectacular mermaid design with a sweetheart neckline and gorgeous gemstone appliques.
House florist Emily Jewsbury carefully selected a selection of unique and unusual flowers key to creating the elegant look the team wanted
She blended colours which at first may seem understated but when complimented with richer brighter tones and a variety of textures came to life.
Beautiful engraved glassware and beautiful gold plated chargers and plates made for a stunning tablescape, with an elegant cake by Edible Essence adding to the glamorous styling.
Isn’t it stunning! Thanks so much to the team for this dreamy inspiration.
Are you going to add some elegant and romantic flair to your country manor house wedding celebration?
Venue: Brympton House
Photographer: Emma Barrow
Photographer’s Assistant: Jennie Doble
Wardrobe: The Wedding Company – Plympton
Wardrobe / Accessories: Kelly Spence
Cake: Edible Essence
Florist: Brympton House Flowers & Styling – Style by Design – Emily Jewsbury
Hair Stylist: Janine Marino Hair
Make Up Artist: Molly Barrett
Stationery: Anon Design
Ribbon: Little Acorn Silks
Model: Heather-Louise Hughes