Two brides by ladder covered in flowers

Sparkling Celestial Wedding Inspiration

There are so many reasons why I love these incredible sparkling celestial wedding ideas. Dreamt up by the amazing Kiss from Fleur, this styling is enchanting and ever so beautiful.

Celestial designs are a big thing right now. There’s an abundance of star and moon designs available for just about all aspects of life, from clothing to homeware, stationery to garden elements. Celestial designs make the most amazing wedding concept too, as you’ll see from these styling ideas.

Two brides by ladder covered in flowers

The soft and romantic tablescape features draping tulle table linen, very cool galaxy patterned plates and a fabulous white orchid, peony and dark red calla lily table runner. I adore the angelic celestial wedding cake and textured handmade stationery that mirror the universe, and the large silver moon used in this shoot would make a brilliant backdrop for a wedding ceremony

If you want a wedding dress to turn heads then look out for the incredible Anna Campbell ‘Sydney’ dress. The amazing hand-embellished sequins sparkle from head to toe.

So, if you’re looking for a romantic and ethereal wedding styling concept then check out these charming pictures by Cornelia Lietz…

Celestial World

“Inspired by the mysticism and spirituality between heaven and earth, a beguiling beauty invites us into her celestial world. Naturally and perfectly imperfect, her eyes sparkle like little orbs while her dress shimmers like a beautiful galaxy.

Wedding table with tulle tablecloth draped to floor

Floral table runner on tulle tablecloth

Galaxy design plate

Candles on tablecloth draped off of table

Wedding place name card

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Wedding table styling with hellebore and quartz crystals

Hellebore and Quartz Crystal Wedding Styling

I am in awe of this beautiful hellebore and quartz crystal wedding styling concept. Every time I look at these pictures I can’t help but smile, and I hope they make you feel the same way.

Colourful geodes are a huge wedding trend – they are everywhere – so it’s lovely to see inspiration focussing on white rock quartz crystal to showcase a twist on the modern form. With a light palette of white with the softest blue and dashes of pink, these styling details are oh so pretty. Everything is very minimal, simplistic and romantic.

Hellebore, sometimes known as the Christmas or Lenten rose, comes in a variety of shades. They make the most wonderful addition to this styling concept, used on the table design, bridal bouquet and also in the bride’s hair. Another flower used is the snake’s head fritillary, which always excites attention due to its highly unusual form; a large dropping head (the snake’s head) and all over checked pattern. I’m so excited to see these used in this shoot as I was admiring them at Gardeners World Live just a few weeks ago!

Wedding table styling with hellebore and quartz crystals

Pure white linen elegantly drapes on the floor giving the tablescape a soft, romantic look, and the place settings with beautiful marble chargers, white china and single stem hellebore complement the cute glass vases of flowers.

The bridal style in this shoot is soft and pretty too. The bride wears a romantic long tulle skirt in the palest of blue, teamed with a lace half-sleeve, short top. If you’re having a winter wedding and want to wear something warmer, you’ll love the beautiful cable knit jumper worn with the skirt. I’m totally loving the groom’s style too, with his tweed suit teamed with red shoes!

These wedding styling ideas are so beautiful, and I’m sure you’ll be pinning lots of these incredible pictures by Diana Frohmueller…

Delicate and Soft

“Our inspiration for this shot came from white rock quartz crystals. We developed inspiration for a simple yet elegant couple who love a minimalistic style with a romantic touch. Away from the trendy geode theme seen everywhere lately, we wanted to create a delicate and soft theme with the main focus on white rock crystals, the main topic of the design.

“Our bride’s two-piece wedding dress combines a floral lace crop top with a tulle skirt in an amazingly soft blue. The dress comes with a second skirt you can add on top of the tulle skirt as a second layer. Spring evenings can still be quite chilly. The bride combines the dress with beautifully hand-knitted tops made of luxurious merino wool.

“Two stunning headpieces feature – a hair comb and hair clip – beautifully embellished with flowers. The base of hellebores combines with snake’s head fritillary.”

Bride wearing two-piece wedding dress

Bride wearing lace detailed crop top Back of lace bridal crop top

Side view of bride's two-piece wedding dress

Bride wearing crop top and floral hairpiece Bride holding out skirt of two-piece wedding dress

Bride wearing woolly jumper and scarf

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Wedding table styling with grey tablecloth and antique toned flowers

Cosy, Romantic Wedding Styling with Antique Tones

These cosy, romantic wedding styling ideas show that sometimes very simple styling is all it takes to create real beauty.

Opulent, rich fabrics like grey velveteen linens mix beautifully with the gorgeous muted tones of the floral design. I love the pink, blush and grey with a hint of dark burgundy in the floral arrangements, and the gold table cutlery. This ethereal, romantic styling would look fabulous for weddings in any season, but particularly autumn or cosy winter weddings.

A four tier wedding cake, with a beautiful grey marbled look and finished with delicate flowers, complements the stationery beautifully.

The bride wears the most beautiful blush wedding dress that’s elegant, floaty, and has such an air of romance.

If you are looking for a modern approach to wedding styling, you’ll love these simple, elegant and very romantic ideas. So, feast your eyes on these wonderful pictures by Judy Pack…

Modern Table Setting

“We designed this shoot to be cosy, a bit modern, fresh and very romantic. Grey velveteen linens gave a cosy winter base, and the antique gold container of the beautiful flowers in rich, muted, antique tones added a romantic touch. Matte plates and matte gold flatware kept the table setting modern.

“A unique salad, “Winter Table”, featuring a Poached Pear and Blue Cheese Marble on Black Pepper Sable and White Balsamic Vinaigrette was created as a fun riff on a typical plate of greens. This perfect first course also looked perfect with the d├ęcor!” – Laura Remmert Events

Bride wearing long wedding dress

Wedding table with grey tablecloth

Wedding table styling with grey tablecloth and antique toned flowers

Antique toned wedding table flowers

Bride puling hair back over her ear Bride holding bridal bouquet

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Boho bride and groom under parasol with colourful suspended flower backdrop

Colourful Floral Wedding Styling with a Boho Vibe

Today I have such fabulous, bright and cheery inspiration for you with this colourful floral wedding shoot. If, like me, you love flowers, these colourful images captured by Youri Claessens will take you to floral heaven. Not only did Youri photograph these styling ideas, but he also designed and styled the concept too.

Every now and then a greenhouse pops up in a wedding, and they lend themselves perfectly to some really cool, unique styling. I absolutely love these styling ideas, especially the use of such incredible bright flowers, set along the rustic table that takes centre stage against the glass walls of the greenhouse. The light streams through and lightens up the tablescape beautifully. The simple yet elegant florals, with a few tall stems displayed in tall glass vases, show that sometimes less is certainly more! I also love the cute votives of candles and flowers suspended from the ceiling of the greenhouse – imagine the glow as dusk falls.

Boho bride and groom under parasol with colourful suspended flower backdrop

There’s a definite boho vibe to this shoot, especially the bride in her gorgeous wedding dress and bright floral crown. The groom’s styling is awesome too. I love the combination of coral/peach trousers with his blue suit and bow tie.

If you’re in need of an injection of colour in your life and are looking for fabulous floral wedding inspiration, then you’re in the right place. Enjoy!

Bohemian Influences

“For this shoot we took inspiration from nature, in particular the sense of freedom and the colourful feelings that come with it. Together with spring fever, lots of love and an expansive palette of strong colours, this created the bohemian influences required. A wedding with an eye for detail where anything goes.

“A diverse variety of salads and flowers surround delicious homemade cakes on the table. The bride’s long, flowing dress complements her figure and gives her freedom to move around. The colourful flowers and tiara in her hair would certainly catch anyone’s eye, and her hair and make-up reflect her casual and fresh style. Her hair is loosely curled and make-up fairly natural with the occasional hint of shimmer and an emphasis on her eyes.”

Wedding dress hanging from tree branches

Rustic long long wedding table with colourful flowers

Simple, rustic wedding table styling

Colourful flowers hanging down over wedding table from string

Bottles on wedding table

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Table with rustic wedding styling in The Cowyard Barn at Pengenna Manor

Rustic Wedding Styling at The Cowyard Barn, Pengenna Manor

Cornwall is one of my absolute favourite places in the UK because of the incredible scenery and spectacular beaches. If you are looking for a unique, hidden beauty of a wedding venue in Cornwall then look no further than Pengenna Manor.

Pengenna Manor is such a fabulous building steeped in family history, and this 200 year the old cow shed has been converted into a rustic barn venue – The Cowyard Barn. It’s a beautiful blank canvas for couples to create the wedding of their dreams. Amber Pearl Photography photographed this wonderful rustic wedding styling concept that shows how you can transform the space.

Table with rustic wedding styling in The Cowyard Barn at Pengenna Manor

Long, rustic, banquet style tables and folding wooden chairs formed the base for the rustic tablescape. The styling shows that tablescapes don’t always have to be big and lavish. The gorgeous foliage table runner works wonders and creates a real focal point for rustic styling. I love the old milk churns brimming with eucalyptus – very in keeping with the surroundings and the history.

So if you love Cornwall too, visit The Cowyard Barn at Pengenna Manor and see just how perfect this wedding venue is.

Natural, Rustic Vibe

“Pengenna Manor in North Cornwall is an 800-year-old private family home set in over 300 beautiful acres. The venue recently celebrated the completion of its new events space, The Cowyard Barn, with a gorgeous rustic wedding shoot featuring some of the South West’s top suppliers.

“Dressed for a beautiful yet simple indoor ceremony and a fabulous wedding reception dinner, the natural, rustic vibe complemented the new space perfectly.”

The Cowyard Barn at Pengenna Manor

Rustic wedding ceremony set up at The Cowyard Barn at Pengenna Manor

Urns of foliage in front of rustic wedding ceremony chairs

Hand tied bouquet tied to wedding ceremony chair

Flower and foliage arch at end of wedding ceremony aisle in The Cowyard Barn at Pengenna Manor

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