Rose and Terracotta Wedding Ideas in an Abandoned Estate
We're kicking off the week with an editorial for the romantics out there. Packed with blush florals, crumbling old world walls and a backless Marchesa wedding dress, this wedding inspiration from photographer Lauren Fair, stylist Camryn Brook Events and floral designer Twisted Willow Flowers is perfect for any bride looking for an unashamedly feminine wedding style! Get those Pinterest pinning fingers ready ladies!
From the stylist/planner Camryn Brook Events: "This inspiration shoot took place at an abandoned estate from the 1700s. The property holds a great deal of history with original architecture and finishes from that time. We wanted to bring back life in to the space so the design was inspired by butterflies, which often represent change and transformation. We decided on a warmer color palette in rich shades of rose, terracotta and rust to complement the warm grey, textured walls. We had two large floral moments on the grand staircase and on one of the many fireplaces created with lots of movement to frame the beautiful architecture. The butterfly motif was subtly carried throughout the design as seen in the stationery, cake and wing-like cape on one of the gowns. Together, the incredible vendor team truly created inspiring imagery that was full of life."
Photographer: Lauren Fair | Film Lab: Photovision Prints | Stylist / Planner: Camryn Brook Events | Floral Designer: Twisted Willow Flowers | Dress Designer: Marchesa | Rentals: White Glove Rentals | Accessories: Sara Gabriel | Venue: Barnsley Manor | Cake Designer: Nine Cakes | Hair & Make-up Artist: Hair: Nallely Tapia Makeup: Flynn Pyykkonen | Stationery: Barely Blushink | Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic | Models: Reinhard Model & Talent Agency | Tuxedo: The Black Tux | Ring: Susie Saltzman | Bridal Salon: Gabriella New York Bridal Salon