A gorgeous indie inspired wedding styled shoot with edgy black and romantic pastels

Today I am a excited to share this gorgeous indie inspired wedding styled shoot with edgy black and romantic pastels.

Images were captured by Jessica Stott Photography assisted by a wonderful collaborative team.

The venue was an old barn and then the quirky gardens of Poulton Hall, which was once the home of childrens author and Biographer Roger Lancelyn Green.

The gardens there now form a living memorial. The Alice in Wonderland Walk is planted with red roses on one side and white ones on the other.

As in the story, a playing card can be seen painting one of the white roses red, a tribute to Roger Lancelyn Green’s life-long interest in Lewis Carrol (he edited Carroll’s Diaries and was his biographer and bibliographer).


Jennifer says of the shoot…


“I wanted to create an edgy/indie shoot but with a softer, more feminine edge as I thought the contrast between the two would be interesting and really pretty….not to mention cool!”

“The models were a real couple who actually recently married in Florence in Italy. They were so cute and in love, and had the most amazing chemistry which lit up my imagery.”

“The colour theme for the shoot was black and neutrals of peach/gold/cream.”

Thank you so much to Jessica for her incredible imagery of this beautiful indie inspired wedding styled shoot, and to the collaborative team who have showcased their creativity do beautifully.


Shoot Credits

Venue – Poulton Hall

Photographer – Jessica Stott

Model – Holly Eastwood of Oh So Perfectly Planned and husband Damien

Dress – Penny Gray Bridal

Hair and Makeup – Emma Lampkin

Flowers – Carys Cleverley West – Flowers by Carys

Stationery – Lindsey Devlin  – Devlin Designs

Decor – Vikki Jane Sweeney  – Sapphire Wirral

Wedding Cake – Natalie Stringfellow  – Natalies Cakes and Bakes

Trestle Table – Wirral Table and Chair Hire


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