A Glamorous 20s inspired Wedding with Gatsby influences and hints of mulberry and damson tones

Today I am thrilled to share this glamorous 20s inspired Wedding with Gatsby influences and hints of mulberry and damson tones.

Images were captured by Freeformimages Photography with the collaboration of a fabulous creative team at Ston Easton Park.

Laura says of this beautiful 20s inspired wedding shoot…


The shoot was a stunning 20’s styled shoot planned by myself, Hannah Withers at Bridal Reloved and Sam Dare at Bath Bridal Hair along with many suppliers across Devon, Cornwall, Somerset & Dorset wanting to showcase their work.

The Gatsby theme calls for go for extravagant blooms of flowers, white feathers and draped strings of beads and the styling of the shoot by Do me a Favour UK perfectly encapsulated this.

The gorgeous vintage inspired gowns from Bridal Reloved were beautifully accessorised by stunning accessories by Hey Jules.

Bath Bridal Hair created a softly feminine look setting hair in soft waves, and an elegant updo whilst Makeup artist Jennifer Rose Make Up created a wonderful natural make up look whilst bringing out our Brides eyes with a little smoke.

The Groom complimented his Bride with sharp suits from Sauve Owl, and a wooden bowtie from Patore UK.

Stunning blooms in mulberry and damson tones from Luce Loves Flowers added a lavish air and the beautifully statement cake from Claires Sweet Temptations completed the luxe styling.

Shoot Vendors

Photography – Freeformimages

Venue – Ston Easton Park

Styling – Do Me A Favour UK

Dresses – Bridal Reloved – Street – Somerset

Bridal accessories – Hey Jules

Suits – Suave Owl

Mens accessories – Patore UK Wooden Bowties

Flowers – Luce Loves Flowers

Cake – Claires Sweet Temptations

Make up – Jennifer Rose Make Up

Hair – Bath Bridal Hair

Models – Vivienne Rose / Paul Walker


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