The bespoke gowns where the epitome of feminine with the pretty lace-up detailing to the backs of the gowns and expertly crafted crystals and embellishments. This was a project we worked on back in late October 2015 and something I’ve been wanting to share for months now; however, we had to wait until February before publishing any content. If you don’t already know Krystel Couture has been featured on one of the top wedding blogs in the UK.
You can view the full post here on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings and make sure to browse through for some wedding inspiration; Louise showcases lot’s of talented photographers through her blog and the most beautiful of wedding photography. Whilst you are at it I’d highly recommend taking a look through Photographs by Eve, a very talented wedding photographer that helped bring this whole collaboration together and creates creative stories showcasing her fine art wedding and portrait photography. If you want to take a peek at Eve’s blog post of the day you can also view this here. All of the photography in this post was shot and edited by Eve and I wanted to share these stunning photos with you all to give you an idea of what we got up to on the day for this Bohemian-inspired wedding shoot.
Adding to the simplicity of these beautiful couture gowns we decided to style handcrafted floral crowns matched with matching bouquets to add to the bohemian theme. Makeup and hair were influenced from the Boho wedding theme with windswept soft flowing locks and the more traditional pleat hair up alongside natural make-up with a dewy glow and bright lipstick shades to really pop against the delicate colours of the gowns and natural backdrop. The location opened up lots of creative possibilities and allowed us to take full advantage of the venue. Walking through the estate grounds we noticed old rustic doors that beautifully complimented the shot for one particular gown. This backdrop added depth and character, whilst highlighting the luxurious fabric of the dress and pretty embellishment to the bodice and delicate shoulder straps.
The jewellery added to the sensuality of the shoot, the striking pieces of handcrafted earrings and necklaces all made from delicate rhinestones and Swarovski pearl. The photographer brought every detail to life and took full advantage of the surrounding scenery to create a romantic, picturesque finish to the photographs. The camper vans made for a fun addition to the shoot and fitting in well with the boho theme adding a lovely retro touch to the day. The naked cake was nicely presented with fresh seasonal berries and vanilla swiss meringue buttercream and it was decorated in a way that it fitted in perfectly with the occurring theme. The cake was finished with a light dusting of icing sugar and cultivated heather. This was such a special day and occasion to be part of and I can’t wait to hopefully be involved in future creative work just like this to bring something a little different to Krystel Couture that you will all enjoy and get inspiration from.
Cake | Taystful
Hair |Hair by Amy Perrie
Venue | The Byre at Inchyra
Flowers |Oor Fleurs of Auchtermuchty
Models | Ivy Elaine RuoLin & Alison Duncan
Make up | Alison Duncan Make up
Jewellery | Gioia Mia
Photographer | Photographs by Eve
Fashion stylist | Krystel Couture
VW Camper Vans | Love Vintage Campers
Wedding Dresses | Gemma Sargent Fashion Designer & Couturier
What’re your thoughts on Bohemian themed weddings? Has this inspired you for your future wedding arrangements?
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