Image © Liberty Pearl Photography
The elegance of a beautiful crisp winter wedding, with a neutral palette of white, silver, grey and sparkle, oozes sophistication. That’s exactly what this silver and grey winter wedding styling portrays. The team behind this shoot, styled by Liberty Pearl Photography, has created such a visual delight.
Deer Park, a beautiful 18th Century Georgian mansion with 80 acres of glorious grounds, was utilised inside and out to bring this spectacular shoot to life.
We adore the white, silver and grey colour palette, which is sublimely expressed with the wedding cake and dessert table. The wedding cake was inspired by the beautiful agate and geode themed wedding stationery, and the cake and dessert table also featured marble macaroons – marble is a big trend for weddings this season.
With geode crystals, hints of rustic silver, lush green florals and wedding dresses to knock ’em dead, this styling really hits the spot for inspirational winter wedding ideas.
Thank you to Michelle Cordner Photography for capturing these wedding styling ideas for us to share.
“Liberty Pearl Photography styled this luxury winter wonderland shoot, which featured geode crystals, a hint of rustic silver, grey, and an abundance of green florals.
“Elegant geode and agate wedding stationery used the white, silver and grey wedding colour scheme beautifully.”
Coombe Trenchard is a beautiful Edwardian country hotel in the heart of Devon, and it was the perfect backdrop for this wedding inspiration shoot. A team of local suppliers came together with a vision of ‘feathers and foraging wedding styling’, and created something exceptional.
Brides planning an elegant country house wedding will love these wedding styling ideas. The rustic details of twine tied napkins, foraged bird feathers, tweed, foliage and flowers work beautifully with the elegant antique silver, candelabras and crystal glassware. Also, the deep plum tones, purples and rich evergreens give warmth to the shoot.
Our thanks go to Liberty Pearl Photography and the creative team for sharing their ideas for feathers and foraging wedding styling.
“We wanted to draw on the beautifully tendered gardens, historic setting and the sense of occasion that Coombe Trenchard has to offer.
“The Old Billiard room has a magnificent large walk in oak fireplace, and walls clad in Buffalo hide. We wanted to embrace these characteristics and create something a little different. Working with a team of hand-picked local suppliers we created this feathers and foraging wedding styling.
“Dartmoor Flowers created a centrepiece using locally grown, hand cut flowers. The deep plum tones, purples and rich evergreens were finished with pheasant feathers.”