Down by the River styled shoot ~ Heyday Events

Dec 17, 2013 | Inspiration
We love a DIY project as much as the next bride-to-be so we're excited to show off some DIY watercolour stationery from Heyday Events later this afternoon on Wedding Sparrow. In the meantime we have this summer river styled shoot from dream team Heyday Events and Natasha Hurley Photography full or organic wedding ideas complete with tweed, floral crown and calligraphy wooden place names. Love! From Bridie at Heyday Events: "The idea behind the shoot was a laid back, romantic day by the river with a touch of fairytales and river nymphs. Surrounded by the beauty of nature our cosy table setting nestled perfectly into the scenery; with golden candlestick holders, goblets and crisp white fabrics to bring a lavish feel to the rustic river setting. There was splashing about in the river and handmade-paper boats containing wishes from guests, which were set sail by our bride and groom. To top if off we had river themed food – grilled fish, samphire, wild garlic humous with sour dough bread, and to finish, a fresh lime and mint cooler." Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Down By The River-final-4 Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Down By The River-final-5 Photography ~ Natasha Hurley "Our Bride and Groom are gorgeous, fun and love nothing more than being in the countryside and spending time by the water so we felt this styled shoot suited them perfectly. In the moments of calm the surroundings seemed to embrace them as they stood in each others arms, peaceful and hidden in the quiet stream." Down By The River-final-6 Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Down By The River-final-7 Photography ~ Natasha Hurley HeyDayEvents Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley "The stationery was created using hand-dyed fabric and watercolour-washed handmade-paper to bring texture and to set the tone for the watery theme of the day. This was then reflected in the table setting by the drift wood place names and menu along with the signs made from old riverboat wood." Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Photography ~ Natasha Hurley Pop back this afternoon to learn how to create this beautiful watercolour wedding stationery suite! Vendor details: Styling & Design: Heyday Events | Photography: Natasha Hurley Photography | Stationery & signage: Bridie at Heyday Events | Flowers and headband: Madi at Heyday Events | Make Up & Hair: Le Papillon | Lace Top Dress: by Libelula from Katherine Bird | Floaty dress: New Look (with a touch of heyday) | Food: The Hungry Climber

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Glassesshop - 19 October 2016

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