An ethereal and feminine porcelain inspired bridal shoot with delicate accents of peach and mint green

Today I am thrilled to share this beautiful ethereal and feminine porcelain inspired bridal shoot with delicate accents of peach and mint green.

Images were captured by Emma Pilkington Photography .

Rebecca of Stelfox Bride says of the shoot…

 

This delicate, romantic porcelain inspired bridal  shoot was curated and captured by Emma Pilkington Photography at her light filled Manchester Studios.

Emma’s style is perfectly light and airy and her imagery is always so beautiful.

Amid the stationery in these images is a little porcelain bowl that came from a shipwreck, it was salvaged and subsequently gifted to Jo from Fletcher and Foley.

This served as inspiration for the colours in the bridal wear, stationery and flowers.

Emma brought together a team of independent creatives with a brief of natural, soft and feminine, flowing lines like porcelain to style a very ethereal shoot.

The dresses are all by independent British bridal label Stelfox Bride, this collection of floral laces, sleek lines, tulles and silks are a sneak first look at their new 2020 collection and separates, a perfect modern take on classic elegance.

Beautiful Izzie modelled on the day and her dewy, soft romantic hair and makeup were created by the very lovely and extremely talent Sarah Morten.

Izzie’s makeup was kept light and natural in keeping with the overall vibe, with her hair styled to delicate wind swept perfection with stunning accessories by Liberty in Love.

All the earrings and hair accessories were supplied by the lovely Siu at Liberty in Love and are all future heirloom pieces, just so pretty and compliment everything within the shoot.

Jo of Fletcher and Foley perfectly interpreted the brief and created the most incredible bouquet, an incredibly soft palette of blues/greys/greens, which were picked out perfectly from the fading hydrangea, mixed with neutrals of thlapsi, miscanthus and grasses with that curling bracken that she foraged and spotted on her travels.

Laura Elizabeth Patrick created the stunning stationery, with the most delicate hand calligraphy stationery on paper and velum, entwined with floral sprigs, silk ribbons and the little shipwrecked porcelain dish.

 

Shoot Credits

Photography and Styling – Emma Pilkington Weddings

Dresses – Stelfox by Shikoba Bride

Flowers – Fletcher and Foley

Hair and Make Up Artist – Sarah Morten

Accessories – Liberty in Love

Stationery – Laura Elizabeth Patrick

Model – Izzie Bennett

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UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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