Sometimes a group of people are put together who have never worked alongside each other before, and beautiful things happen.
We used nature as our main inspiration and used a eucalyptus log as the main table centrepiece, draped in pearls and full of sweet peas, cow parsley and lisianthus. On the day I was challenged to make a second bridal bouquet with a few items from our surroundings as well as a wrist corsage and hair slide to compliment.
The surroundings were stunning and I was very fortunate to be teamed up with such a talented group of people!This is from an old photo shoot but still one of my favourites. As part of Ice the Cake several shoot groups were put together, and I was lucky enough to be teamed up with; Wendy Grant Photography – who I went on to choose as the photographer for my big day, Sugar and Lace Cake Company – who are so sadly taking a business break at the moment, The Make Up Artist Boutique and Bicester Bridal, who have just opened an incredible new boutique – you should pay a visit if you’re looking for your dream dress!
We were working in one of the gorgeous bridal cottage’s at Worton Park a stunning Oxfordshire venue, with many on the day options, and even an outdoor pool for your guests!
We accessorized with pearls and lace, some exquisite bridal gloves and some stunning ribbons.
The surroundings were stunning and I was very fortunate to be teamed up with such a talented group of people!