A Stylish Vintage Glam Styled shoot with 1920s flair at Penventon Park Hotel

Today I am excited to share this stylish Vintage Glam Styled Shoot with 1920s flair at Penventon Park Hotel.

Images were captured by Toby Lowe Photography with co-ordination by Hazel Parsons and the collaboration of an incredible creative team.

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Captivated by 1920’s grandeur, style and glamour? Love all things eclectic and vintage? Then you are in for a real treat.

Think Georgian Manor House Hotel, rich full leafy green floral designs, statement jewelled headwear, styled ceremony backdrops, a classic black dinner suit, couture bridal wear and long satin gloves, oooh those gloves!


Wanting to create that 1920’s feel for your wedding day, then read on for some top tips and swoonsome images in this vintage glam styled shoot at Penventon Park Hotel, Cornwall…


5 tips for creating this look for your wedding day:

1). If you are opting for a 1920’s theme, use crisp white table linen that falls to the floor, incorporate full white blossoms into your wedding bouquet and table flowers.

Use accents of colour like silver or green to give it a rich botanical feel with a touch of glamour.

2). Use candlelight to add depth and warmth and soft light to your ceremony and reception.

3). Mix jewels and crystals into your table flowers, headwear and jewellery to add a touch of Hollywood sparkle.

4) Look for a dress or suit that fits with the era and setting. For this shoot they chose a 3 piece dinner suit from Little Anne-Maids and 2 designs from couture bridalwear designer Christine Trewinnard Couture.

5). Use metallic charger plates that match your colour accents to give your reception tables depth, colour, opulence and a sense of occasion.

Stylist Anna Sawle from Wedding Flowers in Cornwall chose to use her silver chargers to do just that.

She created a dramatic and elegant ceremony backdrop to frame the stage area in the Hotel’s Forum Room, using vintage ladders, long coloured ribbons, natural candlelight and a wealth of deep green foliage, which flowed out and over the ladderscape framing the couple perfectly beneath.

6). Have fun with your stationery, don’t be scared to ask for something different and opt for a classic font or calligraphy style.


Shoot Credits

Venue – Penventon Park Hotel

Photographer – Toby Lowe Photography

Shoot coordination – Hazel Parsons

Shoot assistant – Megan Halford – Megan Halford Event Support

Wedding Dresses – Christine Trewinnard Couture

Suit – Little Anne-Maids

Hair Accessories – Roamer Rose

Decor & Flowers & Styling – Wedding Flowers in Cornwall

Stationery – English Rose Stationery

Hair – Elliegant Hair

Make-up – Stacey Cremin

Models – Danielle Osborn & Rob Brown


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