Natural + boho wedding inspiration with beautiful earthy tones at countryside barn: Westcott Barton
Westcott Barton is nestled deep in the folds of the North Devon countryside within easy reach of main routes , yet it gives you a feeling of being in your own world. The barn is authentic and timelessly rustic set in green lush rolling hills with a stream and room for our traditional Blue Fizz Events Canvas Marquee in amongst its grounds.
We set about creating a dreamlike theme for our twighlight and candlelight shoot. The early evenings that descend in the winter months give brides and grooms a host of options for atmospheric lighting. We created a magical feel with the flickering candles and the firefly jars to entrance your guests at any mid winter gathering.
Scroll to read the story & see the video of how we joined together with a handful of talented wedding creatives to create this dreamy, boho wedding photoshoot…
The beautifully crafted rustic furniture was supplied by Virginias Vintage Hire which we adorned with simple crockery against the raw wood and let the stunning centrepiece steal the scene.
Florist Emma Hewlett combined mosses, textures and succulents to provide the ethereal living runner on the table. I embedded the tiny flickering tea lights in amongst the foliage and greenery to enhance the other worldly feel. Alongside the stunning bouquet Emma also created large hoops of tangled stems and vines and a natural garland from eucalyptus. The final touches on the table were from English Rose Stationary with a touch of metallic’s to shimmer in the light.
The cake was provided by Claire at Claries Sweet Temptations who picked up on the gentle palette of just a dash of rose pink , pale gold and grey green. The mix of textures and soft metallic’s also came together on this stunning cake .
Our beautiful model Jasmine Palmer was dressed by Linda from Days of Grace who selected the delicate and almost sheer vintage lace dress that I teamed up with a lace crop top and petticoat to reveal just enough skin through its geometric and tactile pattern.
Jasmine our model is also a talented make-up artist, working under the name of jasmineellemakeup. Jasmine created her own look on the day, a soft but strong eye and brow with a quintessential English rose complexion.
Jasmines hair was a gentle braided and curled up do cleverly undertaken by Bridgette Fisher to create a soft and modern textured look.
Our dashing groom Ray wears a mix of tones and tweeds from Samuel Dawes and Co. By mixing the blends of tweeds and tones you can create a subtle mismatched look that is very ‘on trend ‘.
The stunning images were captured through the lens of Amber at Liberty Pearl Photography, bringing a natural yet inspiring feel to the shoot. Natural light and an eye for natural poses worked well alongside our ideas for a very beautiful and enticing shoot to help inspire brides and grooms to choose the winter months for their special day all set against the flickering candlelight and rustic stone walls.
Our team collectively bought together my concept. Effortlessly charming and lashings of warmth from the glow of the candles…..who wouldn’t opt for a winter wedding as enticing as this ?
Bridal wear http://www.daysofgracevintage.co.uk/
Styling + Direction http://www.bluefizzevents.co.uk
Bride Jasmine Palmer @ Grey Mink Make Up
Groom Ray Knock