When Emma from Best Day Ever was on the look out for creative suppliers to help out with an alternative styled shoot we jumped at the chance to get involved. Influenced by her love of rich Eastern fabrics and colour this look has all the glamour of a traditional Indian wedding but with a laid back modern twist.
We looked to everything from indian mandalas, jewelled sarees and moroccan henna to design this fresh suite of stationery. And for that extra special touch we collaborated with the talented folk over at The Foil Invite Co. who added the delicate gold foiling.
This style has so much scope for lavish special detail, the decorative pattern continue onto the wedding cake designed and created by Cut Me Off a Slice.
We were lucky enough to attend the shoot and have a little wander around the gorgeous venue, Worden House - It's safe to say Abi is in love with the views of rolling hills, pool side dining area and extra party shed decked out with vintage industrial interior.
Want to create this look for your wedding? The stationery will be available from our website very soon as one of the Dearly Beloved Collections! But if you can't wait just get in touch and we can send you more info via email.
And a special shout out to the talented Devon based team that made the shoot possible - Make sure you head over to their websites to see more of their creative wedding skills!
Stationery designed by us here at Dearly Beloved and foiled by The Foil Co.
Styling by Best Day Ever
Photography at Worden House by Freckle Photography
Photography of table decor by Clare Kinchin Photography
Wedding gowns by Angel Face Bridal
Headpieces by Kye Tew Jewellery
Venue: Worden House Dartmouth
Make Up by Gemma Ryder
Cake by Cut Me of a Slice
Hair stylist: The Hair Lounge
Florals by Bloom & Flourish
Catering by Elaine Day Entertaining Food