William Morris is known the world over for creating absolutely stunning prints and textiles, so it should come as no surprise that a shoot in his own home, Kelmscott Manor, would be anything less than the same.
There are plenty of interesting elements here for the wandering eye, starting with the dress. A creation of Catharina Eden from My Eden Bridal, the overall silhouette of the wedding gown is kept quite simple allowing the beautiful choices of upcycled fabrics to do the talking. It should also be mentioned that Catharina was the creative force behind this whole shoot. The floral arrangements by Corky and Prince beautifully complement the overall theme with an assortment of red roses & British wildflower.
This spectacular scene designed by Occasion Queens is a perfect concoction of textures, prints, colours and textiles from the place settings, to the cake right through to the groom's attire.
No stone is left unturned with this breath-taking stationery starting with the stamps from a 2011 Morris & Co commemorative collection. The seeded paper, stunning prints and ethereal lettering on the invites by Tallulah Belle somehow manage to teeter perfectly on the edge of bold yet delicate. Finally adding a superb finishing touch is our hand stamped oval botanical wax seal and our gold sealing wax, which combine beautifully with the textured papers.
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