A stunning Vineyard Wedding Styled Shoot with a pretty pink & gold palette

Today I am thrilled to share this stunning Vineyard Wedding Styled Shoot with a pretty pink & gold palette.

Images were captured by Lindsey Arber Photography with the collaboration of a amazing group of creatives.

Lindsey says of the shoot…


“For our vineyard wedding styled shoot we took inspiration from French vineyard wedding venues.”

“We wanted to show that this style of wedding can be achieved in the UK as we have some beautiful locations right on our door step.”

“We wanted the set to reflect its rustic surrounds with a hint of luxury.”


“Our colour theme of golds, pinks, blush, cream and greens, was hinted at in everything from the table plan, the bouquet, the ribbon detail on the place settings, the stationery and the flowers on the cake.”

“The macarons gave a luxury feel to the wedding favours, along with the tweed suit and the tightly fitted lace wedding dress carried the luxury feel on, as well as showing a practical option of a wedding gown for a vineyard setting.”

“An unstructured cascading bouquet seemed like a great way to show luxury through the variety of flowers included and its scale when held by the bride, but was also in keeping with the surrounds.”

“We used wine corks for the name cards to tie back in to the location, as well as barrels which were placed around the setting and used for things such as the table plan and snack bar.”

“The main piece of inspiration we took from the French vineyard weddings was the trestle table set up.”

“We all loved the idea of having long rows of tables where weddings guests would gather in an informal way and celebrate in to the night under the stars.”

“Our table set hints at this on a smaller scale, with the runner placed down the centre of the table carrying a stretch of florals which tie back to the bridal bouquet.”

The finishing touches to the table are what carry through the luxury feel with the crystal wine glasses, the mix of brass and crystal rock candle holders, glitter detailing on the stationery, the stacked crockery and copper cutlery.

“So even though there is a lot of detail going on, it has been set out in a way that compliments the flow of the table and therefore is practical for guests whilst still making a statement.”


Shoot Credits

Photography – Lindsey Arber Photography

Location – Brynne Vineyard – Brixworth – Northamptonshire

Set styling – The White Emporium & Amulet Events

Flowers  – Florae Foray

Cake & favours – Compton & Kennedys

Dress  –  Full lace slim dress by Ella Rosa (under the Kenneth Winston umbrella) BE356 –  Wedding Belles Kibworth

Suit  – The Vintage Suit Hire Company

Hair & Make Up  – John Newmans Hair & Beauty

Stationery – Hessian & Lace

Whisky Barrels and Table – Nerissa Eve Weddings

Models – Model Students


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