Time to think outside the box;
to think unusual, quirky, bold.
Time to be an inspired bride.
So, we’re all set up at the beautiful Granary Estates in Newmarket. This little hidden treasure is set down an old country lane and the stunning 18th Century Granary Barns are truly striking. The grounds are endless, offering a variety of areas to captivate your wedding day in style.
Themes are extremely popular for weddings now and we’re not talking 80’s or fancy dress. We’re talking Boho, Vintage, Quirky, Eclectic and more. But what about a variety of themes, accents and styles brought into one day? Here, we have a Moroccan, eclectic style with a hint of Boho Chic.
No piece is more important than the other. To create any finished look suppliers who are not only talented and creative, but collaborative and friendly are key here.
Event and Venue design was by Elizabeth Hall Event Design. Equipped with props to hire and experience in setting any scene to perfection, Elizabeth brought a long a whole host of pieces to bring the day to life.
On photography was Sarah Brookes, who was immediately scouting out key areas to shoot by. Sarah knows how to work with a couple to get the very best from their final images and will go above and beyond to snap that perfect moment.
If you don’t know your roses from your lilies, you won’t need to worry because with Rebecca from Florae Foray on board you’ll know your floral design is in safe hands. Creating truly captivating pieces, the floral element was on point, highlighting those accent colours we had chosen.
Joanna from Woburn Bridal supplied bridal wear, bringing some beautiful lace pieced by Katya katya shehurina and Kelly Spence Not only armed with an array of dresses and styles, head pieces and veils were also supplied to finish off any given look.
The Wedding Cake design was supplied by Joyful Tiers, a name well established in the business of wedding cakes, offering not only intricate and delicate designs but some of the most delicious cake we have ever tasted…!
Carla Corrado Designs was on board to create the Wedding Stationery. From invitations, to set On the Day pieces, the stationery tied every accent piece together with that Moroccan, boho, electic twist. Printed on an quirky textured card supplied by PrintBox UK.
It’s these key details and creative suppliers that made the styled shoot what it was, the images speak for themselves and highlight the end result we wanted to achieve.
Hair stylist: http://www.thairapy-freelance.co.uk/
Catering and event styling: http://www.elizabethhalleventdesign.co.uk/
Bridal gown: http://woburn-bridal.co.uk