Happily Ever After sign at The Refinery at Regents Place

Copper and Botanical Wedding Styling

Botanical wedding styling is one of our favourite trends. Swapping traditional floral arrangements for beautiful succulents and lush foliage helps achieve a fresh, modern take on rustic décor.

Another big wedding styling trend is metal – lots of metal. Rose gold, copper, pewter… it’s all on trend right now. Mix these two together and you get the most incredible, beautiful, modern wedding styling.

Happily Ever After sign at The Refinery at Regents Place

Amanda Karen Photography’s pictures of this copper and botanical wedding shoot are fabulous. The creative team has created such a visual delight with these ideas, and the colour palette of green and copper is so modern and has a real sense of luxury…

Urban Luxury

“With this styled shoot we wanted to show modern brides how they can have a luxurious wedding in a more urban/industrial setting. Brides are so used to seeing huge manor houses or wistful garden locations for this look, but we wanted to show how it can also work in a really urban location such as a Central London bar. The Refinery by Drake and Morgan was the perfect fit.

The Refinery at Regents Place sign

Shelves behind bar at The Refinery at Regents Place

Hanging copper lights Hanging lighting in The Refinery at Regents Place

Copper lights

Shelves at The Refinery at Regents Place

“We wanted copper as the main metal because couples frequently ask how how to incorporate the copper trend. The succulents were important too, to soften the masculine edge that copper can bring to a tablescape.”

Wedding table with foliage hanging above

Foliage hanging over wedding table Flower in foliage

Copper wedding table number

Copper and botanical wedding place styling

Copper bride name card on plate

Cloth table runner and metal styling details

Large bauble with succulents inside

Succulents on wedding table

Green succulents inside bauble

Modern Romance

“The pretty but dramatic tablescape with the greenery curtain shows brides how they can achieve the trend of hanging their flowers. We kept things modern amongst the romance of the shoot by using geometric shapes in the cake and stationery.”

Wedding cake with geometric details

Geometric cake detail Copper hexagon cake detail

Pot plants

Wedding cake with copper geometric details

Succulents in glass containers

Succulents in glass bauble Succulents in glass bauble

Succulents in glass vase

Succulents in glass bauble Succulents in glass bauble

Wedding shoes and bridal bouquet

Dark copper cups

Crushed ice in dark copper cup

Copper wedding stationery

Copper wedding invitation Copper tealight holder

Copper lined envelope and wedding stationery

Wedding menu with copper border

Bridal Style

“The copper look was also incorporated into the bride’s style with an absolutely breathtaking dress. We particularly loved the flowing nature of the skirt.

“Our groom wore a striking blue suit, relaxed yet stylish with an open neck shirt, perfect for the modern man.”

Bride and groom in The Refinery at Regents Place

Bride holding wedding bouquet with lots of foliage

Bride and groom sitting Bride looking into camera

Bride with arms around groom's neck

Groom in blue suit standing between poles Bride holding bouquet behind back

Groom's foliage buttonhole

Bride and groom standing in front of metal trailer

Bride's messy half up half down hairstyle Bride with half up half down hairstyle

Bride walking through streets

Bride and groom holding hands as they walk through the street

Photography: Amanda Karen Photography

Planner/Stylist: Carmela Weddings

Shoot Location: The Refinery at Regents Place

Wedding Dress: Truvelle from Hearts Aflutter

Suit: Model’s Own

Hair: Love Hair by Lou

Make-Up: Aridal Makeup and Hair

Flowers: Ladybird Flowers

Cake: Little Bear Cakery

Stationery: Ananya Cards

Calligraphy Metallic Sign and Cake Lettering: Merrie and Bright Calligraphy

Table Runner: Kate Cullen

Models: Noemi Gunea and Michael Morales

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