Shoot | Sezincote

OH MY GOD. I have been DESPERATE to share this shoot since June when it took place. I was blown away when Kerry and Lucy asked me to be a part of it a week before the shoot and the stationery I provided was a total labor of love. Everything was hand written and illustrated in bespoke pale pink ink, hand deckled and hand gilded with gold leaf and luxury watercolor paper. The venue, Sezincote, is a 200 year old Mogul Indian palace set in the heart of the Cotswolds. It is breathtakingly beautiful. All the wedding goals. They only host a handful of weddings a year at Sezincote and this was the first time they had let a styled shoot take place on the property. I know. I felt like I was dreaming. 

So fast forward to yesterday and our gorgeous shoot got published on Style Me Pretty....the most read wedding blog IN THE WORLD and now my little name is on it. All the goals. I am sooooo excited about this beautiful shoot and couldn't wait to share it with you all so rather than waiting until Wednesday when I normally post here I am going to give you all a Saturday treat and share it today. YAY. You can see the original post here, scroll down for the dreamiest of teams and make sure you pop over to Instagram and let me know what you think! 

Photography: Lucy Davenport | Event Planning, Coordination & Styling : Kerry Poulter Weddings & Events | Floral Design: Fiona Perry | Wedding Dress: Sophia Kokosalaki | Wedding Dress: Suzanne Harward | Cake: Princess Patisserie | Stationery : Oh Wonder Calligraphy | Shoes: Emmy London | Hair + Makeup: Louise Seymour | Bridal Boutique: Suzanne Harward from LA Bespoke | Crockery & Glassware : Summerill & Bishop | Cutlery : Amara | Film Processing: Carmencita Film Lab | Floral Lace Dungarees & Heritage Jersey Top : Needle & Thread | Furniture: Wedhead | Jewellery: Sarie Joynes | Location: Sezincote House | Meringues : The Meringue Girls | Model: Kirsty-Anne Tritton | Silk Ribbon & Runner : Kate Cullen | Sneakers: Florence | Sparkling de Léoube: Daylesford | Table Linen : Table To Dine For

New Work | Something Blue

I created this stationery as a one off piece to be photographed by the wonderfully talented Jessica Davies. She totally did not disappoint and the images I have received back from her are absolutely perfect. You have probably seen them dotted around my website and social media and you will continue to do so....because I am in LOVE. We also collaborated on a shoot which will be out soon. Super exciting. But for now here are the stunning images that she took for me of my Something Blue.

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