Vibrant and colourful wedding inspiration channelling the beauty of Spring

Today I am thrilled to share some vibrant and colourful wedding inspiration channelling the beauty of Spring.

Images were captured by Hannah Timm Photography with styling by The Little Wedding Helper, and the collaboration of a fabulous creative team.

Hannah says of this gorgeous colourful wedding inspiration shoot…

 

The setting was Old Church Farm, situated on the edge of Rudgeway, a South Gloucestershire village, and originally known as Alveston Manor

Its noble history can be traced back to Medieval times when it was owned by King Harold of Wessex prior to the Norman Conquest in 1066.

Its now run as a 5 star B&B with space for conferencing and events.

The venue is now run by Chris and Kate and the idea for our shoot originally came when I was approached as a recommended supplier for Weddings as they loved my work.

After meeting up with Chris, and seeing the venue and its potential I brainstormed some ideas for concept, and who I wanted to be involved to create the magic.

I then met up with Kirsten of The Little Wedding Helper over coffee to discuss how we could bring my vision to life.

After throwing arounds some more ideas we came up with a bright and colourful palette to represent the beauty of spring.

I adore colour so this was perfect and we struck gold with Becky at Bijoux Floral as she was totally in the zone with our concept creating the most stunning   floral bouquets and a spectacular arch for the doorway.

The hand painted floral place settings and invitations by Pigment & Paper beautifully set the tone giving a wonderful insight into the styling.

Our Model Fausta looked incredible in gowns from Krystle Brides and pretty hairstyling and make up was applied by Leanne Jane MUA.

The gardens can accommodate a Marquee but we chose to capture the surroundings and the remnants of the old church in the grounds instead.

Tthe  tablescape by Kirsten was beautiful yet understated with colourful florals centrepieces and colourful votives.

Cupcake Delight created the most exquisite two tier buttercream cake with floral adornment to complete the overall look.

The weather played with us a little but that was as representative of Spring as it could be with us just luckily completing our final shots when rain and hail poured down.

 

Shoot Vendors

Venue: The Old Church Farm

Photography: Hannah Timm Photography

Styling: The Little Wedding Helper

Dresses: Maggie Sottero and Enzoani at Krystle Brides

Stationery: Pigment & Paper

Flowers: Bijoux Floral 

Cake: Cupcake Delight

Hair & Make Up: Leanne Jane MUA

Model: Fausta  Janulyte

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UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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