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This wedding shoot was inspired by the current wedidng trends popping up and gave a nod to vintage

This wedding shoot was inspired by the current wedidng trends popping up and gave a nod to vintage

Be ready to swoon over a gorgeous wedding shoot by Grace from Goose & Berry! The shoot took place in the actual Bombay Sapphire distillery, with it’s textural brick walls and charming glasshouse.

The classic G&T is always is always good any wedding reception, the two work well together. Gin as one of the coolest and trendiest beverages currently was the inspiration for the shoot, that’s why it took place in a distillery. Its industrial look is one of the key wedding trends currently, and the plants that there are nod to the tropical trend, that is also on top. The distillery produced two fabulous cocktails for the shoot, combining tea and of course Bombay Sapphire gin; Chai Tea Tonic and Tri-Mai-Chai.

The bridal look takes influences from the Edwardian era: she’s wearing a high neck lace wedding dress with a full skirt and a soft look for make-up and hair. A bright bold red lip adds a touch of glamour and prevents the look being too plain. Another touch of glam is a hair vine, comb and veil from Victoria Millesime.

The blooms are natural, wild and statement, in spice hues and colors, complementing the brick buildings. Moss & Stone used a variety of flowers and foliage, with some more unusual choices, hinting at the botanicals used in gin. The wedding cake is watercolor, with a bloom and greenery and served on a bold geometric stand. Need more details? Look at them below!

The shoot took place at a distillery and they created a couple of gorgeous cocktails for the shoot

The shoot took place at a distillery and they created a couple of gorgeous cocktails for the shoot

The bride was wearing a high neck lace wedding dress with a nod to the Edwardian era

The bride was wearing a high neck lace wedding dress with a nod to the Edwardian era



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A red lip and a hair vine prevented her look from being too plain

A red lip and a hair vine prevented her look from being too plain

Her look was finished with a pair of lace booties

Her look was finished with a pair of lace booties

The wedding tablescape was done with a shibori table runner, blue crockery and bold statement blooms

The wedding tablescape was done with a shibori table runner, blue crockery and bold statement blooms

The first wedding cake was a watercolor botanical one with gold detailing and blooms

The first wedding cake was a watercolor botanical one with gold detailing and blooms

Why not add a parasol to make the bridal look more exquisite

Why not add a parasol to make the bridal look more exquisite

Gin and tea are always a perfect match and can be served at any wedding, get inspired

Gin and tea are always a perfect match and can be served at any wedding, get inspired



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