Rosé & Rosewater Wedding Inspiration

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If Summer is about one thing, it’s rosé wine and this stunning rosé & Rosewater Wedding Inspiration is enough to have us reaching for a glass.  The incredible floral arrangements popping against the neutral palette and the different shades of pink adding a fresh take on a classic hue.

Styled beautifully by Coco & Confetti, the soft hues of pink sit grandly against the industrial white backdrop. Beautiful pink blossoms cascading over the table arranged by Xavier Nicolle Flowers set amongst linens from Songbird Silk and brass candlesticks with elegant taper candles. The stationery, completely not an afterthought, with beautifully handpainted details and gold calligraphy by Lindqvist Ink and accompanied by lush ribbons from Tinctifolia and pretty pink ringboxes from Amonie.

A decadent gold and white cake, by Two Little Bakers stood tall on the gold bar cart alongside doughnuts, gold painted macarons and perfectly iced cupcakes – the most delightful sight for any sweet tooth.The queens, models Taylor Marlene, Hannah ParkKatie Sharpe dressed beautifully in chic white gowns designed by Begitta –Bridal & Couture and accompanied by groom  Robbie Hall, with hair and makeup by The Beauty Case.  All, of course, captured beautifully by  Just For Love Photography.

 

Wrapped Up Media created this beautiful film of the shoot.

 

 

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COMMENTS
  • Timmy Chao says:
    September 28, 2017 at 8:09 am

    What a fantastic idea… Having both ceremonies… Beautiful photos!

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  • Louise says:
    October 2, 2017 at 11:51 am

    Hi!
    Can you please tell me the brand of the shoes in this shoot on the bride? So different I love them.

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    • Ms Fleur De Lys says:
      October 9, 2017 at 6:52 am

      Hi there Louise!

      Sorry we don’t have a credit for the shoes. Best to get in touch with the stylist, the models (they may have been their own shoes) or even Begitta to enquire; links to everyone above. Good luck!

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