Wedding Planner Cambridgeshire Shares a Mustard, Spring Inspiration at The Old Rectory

A modern British wedding in the spring. The concept for this shoot was an intimate wedding with happy pops of colour using a gorgeous on-trend mustard yellow. The mustard colour palette was pair with pops of colour through the florals and gold accents on the table.


Highlights & Tips:

  • Don’t be afraid to choose an alternative dress, outfit or suit.

  • When working with a bold coloured outfit, keep your accessories simple.

  • Regularly refer back to your wedding concept by using a moodboard or Pinterest board.

The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory in Berkshire is an idyllic setting for a country British wedding, located in the beautiful countryside of Padworth in Royal Berkshire. Couples get exclusive use of the elegant Country House, manicured grounds and the recently refurbished orangery which can accommodate up to 140 guests. A perfect setting for weddings and other celebrations. A truly perfect venue, with an events team to smoothly run your wedding / event.




The Confetti

The Tablescape

Beth from Miss Carlysle and Co wanted to create this mustard spring tablescape inspiration. The items used to create this look were mustard napkins draped between the white plate and gold rimmed charger plate, with gold cutlery and gold rimmed glassware. A table runner was draped down the middle of the table throughout the flowers. The romantic feel was created through the white pillar candles, gold candlestick holders with white cnaldesticks, gold rimmed & glass tealight holders and white tealights.



The Details

The Flowers

Zannah from Rosehip Bespoke Floristry describes her inspiration for this floral installation:

“With the floral cloud I wanted to create something that utilised both fresh and dried flowers/foliage with a loose and organic feel. I used a variety of grasses, pampas, eucalyptus, moss and gypsophila. I used a soft palette of creams, greens and greys with pops of colour from mustard-coloured grasses and hot pink pampas. The gypsophila added hints of soft pink. All topped off with gold dipped pink feathers.”


The Cake

The Bride

The modern and edgy ‘Ivy’ jumpsuit for the bride was from London’s Love Spell.


Suppliers

Photographer: Ellen Forster Photography // Venue: The Old Rectory Berkshire // Planner, Stylist & Tableware: Miss Carlysle & Co. // Florist: Rosehip Bespoke Floristry // Bridal Dresses: Love Spell Design // Stationery: Letters From Emily // Hair Stylist: Emma Kim Hairstylist // Hair Accessories: Eden b. Studio // Cake Designer: Mel’s Cakes and Bakes //Bridal Shoes: Charlotte Mills


Thank you for reading,


Beth


Wedding Planner and Stylist


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