Take inspiration from the coast with a gorgeous palette of blues, greys and rose quartz
Photography: Melissa Beattie Photography
This Tuscan-influenced shoot used light and cheerful colours with a palette of soft neutrals, paired with shades of rustic terracotta, amber and dreamy blush for an Italian wedding day – but in Yorkshire.
Muted blue and green accents lift the subtly chic colours, while keeping the atmosphere romantic and feminine.
Surrounded by the rolling hills of Yorkshire’s countryside, the wild beauty of the venue’s location and the pale stones created an outdoors Italian ambience with ease.
With complementary blooms including sweet peas, olives, amaranthus, cosmos and rosemary alongside locally grown flowers, fruit and foliage, there is a mediterran feel to the day.
The beautifully unstructured and oversized bridal bouquet consisted of dahlias, astilbe, agastache, rosemary, olive and eucalyptus and is adorned with generous trails of hand-dyed silk ribbons for a really dramatic and whimsical finish.
Complete the look with natural fabric linens, simple crockery and bowls using natural wooden platters to keep with the organic aesthetic.
Steal the look!
Flowers: Firenza Floral Design Venue: Priory Cottages Styling: Rosy Apple Creations Stationery: Gemma Milly Bridal boutique: The Bridal Collection Harrogate Dress: Claire Pettibone Shoes: Emmy London Ribbons: Lancaster & Cornish Additional Tableware: Sue Pryke