See all our beautiful styled wedding shoots and bridal photo shoot pictures to get different wedding styling and theme ideas for your wedding. The wedding shoots in our archive feature stunning photography, quirky wedding settings, beautiful styling and gorgeous floral displays. Also take a look at the featured bridal shoots for ideas on bridal wear and accessories.
You’ve probably seen ‘Wedfest’ wedding ideas before, but today we’re sharing this super cool inspiration for a ‘Henfest’ hen party! If you and your hens have a love for festivals and the great outdoors then why not combine the two with a festival-esque event to celebrate your forthcoming nuptials?
Created by Pitch Boutique, these ideas include activities to keep the hens busy throughout the day, including floral crown and bracelet making, glitter make-up and cocktails. There’s also the most incredible grazing spread for the hens to enjoy. Every inch of this Henfest styling is cool and fun, with pops of colour amongst the rustic features including outdoor gin and tonic bar and cute pallet picnic table set-up.
I hope you enjoy these amazing ideas, captured so perfectly by Ella Violet Photography…
“At Pitch Boutique we create alternative hen parties. They’re a breath of fresh air for those who hate the idea of ‘L’ plates, strippers, willy straws and hen party dares! For this shoot we worked with an eclectic mix of suppliers to create ‘Henfest’, a festival inspired hen party set for our hens to celebrate in style.
I love winter, and as much as I’ve been enjoying the recent sunshine, I’ll be honest, these stunning pictures have made me yearn for the cold, cosy months a little. Trenderway, surrounded by Cornish countryside with breathtaking views and wide-open spaces, provided the perfect setting for this rustic shoot. Inspired by the natural beauty of the location and led by shoot coordinator Hazel Parsons, a team of creatives combined to produce this edgy wedding styling look.
Inside the venue, deep red candles give an instant warmth to the rustic wood table, and the table flowers, coloured glasses and grey plates add further colour contrasts amongst the green foliage. Weaving down the centre of the table, the foliage looks stunning and makes a wonderful winter alternative to a fabric table runner. I also love the small easels the menu and table number sit on, which add another subtle, rustic touch.
Outside, a red chez lounge by the woodland provides a place for the bride and groom to relax and take in the views. Beautifully styled with candelabra, Ivy and Pampas grass, it’s also a perfect spot for couple shots.
If you’re planning a winter wedding I hope these fantastic ideas, captured by Toby Lowe Photography, give you lots of inspiration for your styling…
“Trenderway has so many captivating and remote locations to choose from, giving us a wide tapestry to create the look and feel for this shoot. We wanted a look that pulled on the natural elements available at this venue such as the woodlands, deep green foliage, cool soft natural winter light, and stunning farm surroundings that reflect Trenderway’s eco-friendly ethos. We also wanted to add an edgy, stylised vibe, and used a couture wedding dress by Christine Trewinnard Couture and statement headpieces by The Lucky Sixpence to achieve this. Accents of hot colours featured throughout the styling, including the flowers, make-up, groom’s tie, vintage sofa, cake, and even in the stationery to add warmth and depth.
“The Mowhay barn has many natural textures, from its exposed stone walls to the large wooden beams overhead. It also has a warm and intimate feel whilst offering a good deal of space. We filled the wooden tables with foliage Helen from The Velvet Daisy foraged from Trenderway’s estate. The rich greenery gave a sense of bringing the outdoors in, and showed how you can create something visually stunning and rich in textures and colour for winter weddings.”
Fulham Palace is the perfect backdrop for these dreamy botanical inspired wedding styling ideas. Adorned in delightful wisteria at the time of the shoot, this stunning venue looks even more beautiful.
For me, flowers bring a wedding to life, and these floral ideas combined with the grandeur inside Fulham Palace create the most incredible styling. The pièce de résistance is the chuppah canopy created with gorgeous botanical greens mixed with pops of pink and peach.
With botanical elegance in mind, the stationery set oozes simplistic flair, using green watercolour and contemporary yet elegant calligraphy. The beautiful wedding cake continues the floral theme, and its four tiers of gold leaf and floral decoupage also give a nod to the splendour of Fulham Palace.
For the bridal styling, two gorgeous Katya Katya wedding dresses feature. The first is a romantic ball gown with sheer lace sleeves and keyhole back, the second a vintage inspired sheath silhouette capped sleeve dress. Both include floral detailing and work perfectly with the overall styling concept. Oh, and prepare to swoon over the bride’s fabulous gold glitter bow shoes by Charlotte Mills.
“For some time I had ideas whizzing through my head to create a sumptuous, heavily botanical inspired wedding shoot with elements of Palm Springs and Waterhouse. I wanted our venue set-up and bride to look as though they came out of a Millais/Waterhouse scene, and dropped in Palm Springs, California.
“I hand-picked a team of luxury, fine-art wedding professionals who truly get the awesomeness involved with weddings. Together we wanted to capture the feelings and emotions of the steps leading up to the wedding. These included the build up to the ceremony, touching on the kiddushin (the first two stages of the Jewish wedding process), and the veiling of the bride. We also had the most stunning chuppah of magenta and peach peonies, jasmine, café au lait dahlias, vuvuzela roses and eucalyptus nicholii. We used a palette of botanical deep greens mixed with dirty vintage blush and peach, hints of magenta and shocks of luxe gold.”
I’m so excited to inspire you with this exquisite shoot, photographed by Allen Tsai Photography. When I think about single blooming branches I usually imagine cherry blossom, but this shoot is all about beautiful magnolia. The serene nature of these pink and white magnolia spring wedding styling ideas really wows.
The concept is romantic yet contemporary, and balances modern elements with effortless style. It would look stunning for weddings in spring to summer when the magnolia tree is in full bloom.
The pink and white blossom of this particular magnolia provides a pastel colour palette along with romantic elegance. Simple styling lets the magnolia take centre stage, with just a few other key styling elements added including the fabulous cake and the incredible stationery.
The bride’s dress looks like it’s been made specifically to fit the concept, but actually this is the stunning Alexandra Grecco ‘Wilder’ wedding dress from The Magic Hour collection. With its sheer bodice and sleeves and embroidered floral appliqué design that resemble tattoos, this is one of my all time favourite wedding dresses, so I was so excited to see it feature.
So, if you’re drawn to the idea of using a single type of blooming branch then I’m sure these gorgeous ideas will make you add the serene magnolia to your list!
Elegance and Refinement
“When Callista approached me with the design idea of using a single type of blooming branch I jumped at the idea! Magnolia are large, stately flowers, but also carry an air of elegance and refinement, and when used alone their beautiful shape and subtle colour variations shine.
“To show magnolias at their best we designed both low and high centrepieces – some with open flowers and some with buds. The bridal bouquet echoed this design, finished with a soft, silk ribbon bow.” – Gather Design Company
Living coral is one of my favourite recent Pantone Colours of the Year because of its vibrancy and versatility. It’s a fresh take on a citrusy hue that is just perfect to add a pop of colour to your wedding styling. There are so many different shades of coral, from soft blush hues to vibrant pinky shades. These living coral and gold wedding table styling ideas, planned by the hugely talented Luxe by Minihaha & Co, use an eclectic mix of coral shades which show how well soft and vibrant hues can work together.
This romantic and glamorous concept is especially in tune with spring and summer nuptials. Whether you are choosing an indoor UK venue or enjoying a warmer climate for an outdoor wedding, living coral will bring your wedding to life.
The tablescape uses rustic wooden tables as the base, delicate light grey tulle for the central table runner, gold rimmed chargers, tall taper candles and an abundance of pretty blooms in coral shades. These floral arrangements form the focal point of this beautifully crafted table decor.
For this shoot the creative team included delicate sweet treats, from petal detail iced doughnuts to fruit-topped mini meringues, individual tiered cakes to the showstopping wedding cake – three tiers of pure gorgeousness!
By using both outdoor and indoor settings Minihaha and her team show just how versatile these living coral and gold wedding table styling ideas are. Anna Beth Photos has captured these timeless, bright and oh so joyful styling ideas so wonderfully. Hooray for a pop of colour!
Glamorous and Opulent
“I recently planned and styled this Living Coral inspired wedding shoot with a team of talented industry creatives. My design goal was to merge my love for modern French romance with an appreciation of high fashion. By tying in subtle French inspiration and natural styling I wanted to bring glamour to the world of weddings.
“For spectacle and fabulosity we used Living Coral and a hint of gold for our colour palette, with metallics as an added touch to create something awe-inspiring for brides to be.
“For the venue, I knew instantly there was no other choice than Sandburn Hall. They have stunning gardens and the property is full of meticulous details that I cherish as a planner and stylist. They played perfectly into the inspiration for the shoot.
“Weddings are about personalisation and creativity conflated, and a glamorous and opulent tablescape complemented the venue seamlessly. We set up the beautiful outdoor tablescape as a way to showcase a brunch type of intimate wedding, as well as a gorgeous indoor layout.”