Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous A Roaring Thirties Prohibition Tea Party Inspired Wedding shoot with pretty purple details.
Just because a wedding has to be small at the moment, doesn’t mean that it can’t be full of gorgeous details.
This theme is perfect for a small intimate wedding, or can be scaled up for a full on Roaring Thirties celebration party.
All the details here show a flavour of an elegant and decadent time in a bucolic setting, with a naughty twist.
Using two restored whisky barrels with an oak plank as a bar, our master mixer of cocktails was ready to flip the Cocktail Menu to Mocktail Menu at the first sign of the Rozzers!
The genuine 1930s British Armstrong Siddeley saloon limousine gleamed in front of the house.
A celebrant ceremony was held by the front porch, flanked by ornamental olive trees.
With a stunning Modeca dress which shimmered subtly in the sunshine, vibrant bouquet and floral arrangements, quirky shoes, pretty headpiece, and elegant hair and make up this was all about the details.
Stationery in brushed gold with peacock feathers, eclectic styling using vintage suitcases, books and glassware, and a beautiful Art Deco style cake along with leather Chesterfields on the lawn by the pond completed the relaxed but indulgent feel.
For the afternoon tea in the back garden pretty vintage tableware was used and a croquet set was on hand for some jollity.
Was there tea in the pot? In true prohibition style more cocktails were poured into delicate teacups!
Thanks so much to the team for sharing this stunning Roaring Thirties Prohibition Tea Party Inspired Wedding shoot.
Venue: Great Betley Farmhouse
Photographer: Nicki Komorowski Photography
Styling: Betty Loves Vintage
Celebrant: Tori Bond Celebrant
Florist: Sussex Florals
Headdress: Daisy Chain Lane
Bride Shoes: Inanna Bespoke Shoes
Rings: Dymond Jewellery
Cake: Cakes by Lara Cakes
Stationery: Lilguy Designs
HMUA: Belle Den MUA
Barman: Capital Cocktails
Chairs: Abbey Catering Services
Model Couple The Robinsons Couple – Ben and Kate