Updated: Apr 5
Beth from Miss Carlysle and Co worked with a talented team to create this beautiful bridal inspiration shoot with model Erin to showcase what images you can get by yourself on your wedding day.
The purpose of this bridal inspiration shoot was to share with brides what images they can have on their wedding day. Beautiful elegant images but Lee Rushby, truly bringing together the whole shoot from the bridal prep, to the dress, the make up, the hair, the styling.
Long Furlong Farm is a beautiful barn location in Northamptonshire, it is a blank canvas barn which allows for you to turn it into your very own wedding vision. Long Furlong Farm is a blank canvas venue placed in the English countryside, where they offer a 3 day exclusive hire, giving you flexibility to work with your suppliers to create your magical day - A family run working farm, which gives you more of a personal feel.
Carmel from Long Furlong Farm and Beth from Miss Carlysle and Co met at a networking event at the beginning of 2020, before the year took a turn for the worst. Together with a talented team of suppliers we have managed to showcase a beautiful champagne and green wedding inspiration shoot that I am very excited to share with you. Lee managed to create stunning bridal shots of Erin with a light and airy touch to the photos, which gives off an elegant sense with the champagne and green colour palette. The video was created by Adam from Creative Spark Films, capturing the inspiration day in the Northamptonshire countryside.
Kim from Bloom in Gorgeous Florals was the florist for our shoot at Long Furlong Farm, Kim creased a large loose country style bouquet and table centrepieces for a country look. Florals and foliage were added onto the wooden arbour as a backdrop for the ceremony backdrop. Helen from Creative Decorations used white/ clear and green balloons to work alongside the champagne and green colour palette. Using foliage to complete the overall look of the balloons. Balloons are perfect for a backdrop for your wedding day, if you are looking for a ceremony backdrop or a photo booth backdrop, then a balloon arch is a perfect fit.
Sarah from Ivory and Lace stated ‘When I was asked by Beth if I could supply a dress for a style shoot at Long Furlong Farm, I was very keen. Looking through the mood board we had a perfect dress to fit in with the style shoot. The chosen dress was the beautiful Addison part of the Morilee Signature collection. The dress has a real feel of romance, perfect for the shoot. The Elegant sheer bodice with moonstone and crystal beading on a light and floaty A-line skirt looked sensational on the model. Seeing all the suppliers comes together to create the style shoot was fantastic’.
Rebecca from Rebecca Anne Veils stated ‘I usually focus on embroidery when it comes to veil designs, however I felt a full lace veil would work perfectly with the suit of a romantic mood of the shoot. With the natural greens and creams colour palette, it felt only right to use nature as inspiration and use a floral lace which, although a more traditional fabric, added a contemporary statement to the bridal styling’.
Soft waves created by Kim and elegant simple makeup by Chloe to compliment the Lacey details on the dress, Erin showed off the talents from Kim and Chloe, which brought together and completed the bridal look.
Miss Carlysle and Co – Wedding Planner and Stylist
Assistants - Amy Raven Weddings and Vikki (Your Wedding Friend)
https://www.instagram.com/amyravenweddings / https://www.instagram.com/yourweddingfrienduk/
Long Furlong Farm – Venue
Lee Rushby – Photographer
Creative Spark Films - Videographer
Meadow Sweet Cakes – Cake
Bloom In Gorgeous Florals by Kim - Florist
Kelly Simmons – Styling and Stationery
Stardust Events - Tables and Chairs
Ivory and Lace – Bridal Boutique
Kim Sandford – Hair Stylist
Chloe Eleanor MUA – Make Up Artist
Creative Decorations – Balloon Arch
Rebecca Anne Designs – Veils