Boho Indian Palace Wedding Inspiration
Choosing a wedding venue is often the most difficult decisions with many factors to take into consideration, but we guarantee you that if we'd have seen this Indian Palace in the depths of the English Cotswolds, we'd move the entire wedding party there stat! Our amazing Fine Art Curation member Lucy Davenport shot this artistic view on a modern, clean bridal style thanks to stylist Kerry Poulter...
From Lucy Davenport and Kerry Poulter: "This styled shoot took place hidden deep in the heart of the Cotswold countryside at Sezincote, a 200 year old Mogul Indian Palace. A truly romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals reminiscent of the Taj Mahal, the dreamiest location for a unique wedding. Featuring a soft colour palette of blush, peach and grey tones with a burst of gold. The simple, clean lines of the tablescape are complemented by the abundance of foliage in the curved orangery. Details of Indian clear quartz crystals delicately embraced with gold through to elephants dressed in full floral bridle! Showcasing distinctive dresses from Sophia Kokosalaki and intricate dresses from Suzanne Harward. Perfectly accessorised by Emmy London shoes."
Photographer: Lucy Davenport | Film Lab: Carmencita Film Lab | Stylist / Planner: Kerry Poulter | Floral Designer: Fiona Perry | Dress Designer: LA Bespoke Bride (Using Suzanne Harward) | Sophia Kokosalaki | Shoes: Emmy London | Venue: Sezincote | Cake Designer: Princess Patisserie | Hair & Make-up Artist: Louise Seymour | Jewellery: Sarie Joynes | Meringues: The Meringue Girls | Sparkling de Leoube: Daylesford Organic | Ribbon & Table runner: Kate Cullen | Table Linen: Table To Dine For | Furniture: Wedhead | Crockery & Glassware: Summerill & Bishop | Cutlery: Amara | Stationery: Oh Wonder Calligraphy | Model: Kirsty-Anne