Georgian Blue Inspiration.


- STYLING | LILY & SAGE -

- LOCATION | THE ROYAL CRESCENT HOTEL, BATH -

- PHOTOGRAPHY | ALEXANDER J COLLINS -

- flowers | THE ROSE SHED -

- Wedding Cake | EDIBLE ESSENCE -

- Hair & make up | LIPS & LOCKS -

- STATIONERY | VICTORIA KRAV -

- BRIDAL LINGERIE | NANCY OF LILY & SAGE -

BRIDAL GOWN DESIGNER | LEE PETRA GREBENAU -

- bridal BOUTIQUE | MORGAN DAVIES BRIDAL -

- Ring Box | La Petit Box -

- RINGS | GREY HARRIS & CO -

- Table linens | Table to Dine For -

- groom attire | MASON & SONS





 

About the Shoot.

 

This elegant editorial was set in the beautiful historic city of Bath, England. The mood was inspired by a captivating romance, which reflected the timeless architecture of Bath.

 

Georgian blue and silver tones complimented The Royal Crescent Hotel’s lavish and unique interiors and there was an emphasis on subtle opulence and contemporary detailing throughout our styling.

 

White flowers by The Rose Shed were architectural, romantic and delicate creating a magnificent impact whilst winding down the beautiful staircase of the hotel, in arrangements throughout the bridal suite, on the intimate wedding breakfast table set for four and on the elegant textured cake created by Edible Essence.

 

Incandescent silver leaf hand-dyed silk ribbons created for the shoot by Lancaster & Cornish added a delightful contrast amongst the accessories; captured beautifully by fine art film photographer Alexander J Collins.

 

The stationery designed by Victoria Krav evoked a love story. Old stamps and delicate calligraphy reflected this timeless romance. We were inspired by The Royal Crescent’s neo-classical architecture, which is reflected in the illustration by Victoria.

 

The bride reclines on a bed feel reading a love letter in her chunky knit cardigan, which added a relaxed modern feel alongside bridal lingerie designed and constructed by Nancy of Lily & Sage.

 

The groom wore a tuxedo designed by the iconic Mason & Sons, which framed the bride’s exquisitely detailed and embellished gown by Lee Petra Grebenau supplied by Morgan Davies Bridal.