Downton Abbey Inspired Styled Shoot
Given the period that we were imitating, there was no room for plastic plates and cups. Therefore, we used crystal and fine china. The color palate was very light colors which helped to contribute to the romantic feeling that was evoked. The bride looks very dainty in the gown during the first set. She wore an A-line lace gown with a hairpiece and her hair was in a bun. She looked very classic and very conservative. The groom wore a classic black tux with a black bow tie. We then rolled into the 1920s also known as the roaring 20's and her attire became a bit more sexy. While her dress still has an A-line design, it also boasts a plunging neckline. She is wearing a hairpiece that usually was worn with a flapper outfit. She also has her hair cascading over her shoulders. If you want a wedding that is unique, why not consider reminiscing about an era? It will make the planning easier and create an event that no one will forget. Step out of the box and allow yourself to the carried to another time and have an amazing wedding at the same time.
Photographer: HRM Photography//Makeup Artist: alycat makeup and hair//Veils and headpieces: Blair Nadeau Millinery//Event Planner: Blissful Bookings//Apparel:Bud Gowan Formal Wear//Reception Venue: Elsie Perrin Williams Estate//Cake Designer: Emma Zoe Bakes//Jewelry:Hattitude Jewellery//Dress Store: Nicholas & Elizabeth Bridal//Invitation Designer: paperboat creations//Floral Designer: Village Vines Florist//