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Sarah Willard Couture

Edwardian bridal inspiration

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“I knew I was destined to love you.”
- Gwendolen Fairfax, The Importance of Being Ernest

A gorgeous Oscar Wilde inspired wedding shoot designed by Sarah Mitchell of Three Graces Events featured on Bride Magazine with gorgeous natural light images by Matt Lee.

The shoot takes the Edwardian theme, and Oscar Wilde's inspiration of the delicate and fragile nature of love. There's nod to the softer more flowing clothes of the Pre-Raphaelites, the tablescape and decor reflect the Arts and Crafts movement. 

Featured are our separates from our Whispers of Love Collection; a Lily slip dress in silver blue satin and a Naomi top in delicate spotted tulle and French lace, fastened with tiny pearl buttons. And those lace boots by House of Elliot are quite simply divine! 

Calligraphy, candles, a stunning meringue cake and some beautiful flowers by Sarah Maylin, this shoot has everything! Enjoy! 

Edwardian Styled Shoot Naomi Top

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Creative Team

Styling and coordination: Three Graces Events
Photography: Matt Lee Photography
Ivory lace “Chatterton” gown: Joanne Fleming Designs
Silver-blue gown with lace blouse: Sarah Willard Couture
Suits: The Vintage Suit Hire Company
Accessories: Donna Crain Surrey
Lace boots: House of Elliot
Hair styling: Sophie Murray Hair & Make-up
Make-up: Grace Hayward Suzanne Dusek Hair & Make-up Team
Flowers: Sarah Maylin Flowers
Confetti: Shropshire Petals
Cake: MonAnnie Cakes
Hand-dyed silks: PomPom Blossom
Pewter dinnerware and glassware: Jones Hire
Ring box: The Mrs Box
Stationery: By Moon & Tide
Venue: Wasing Park Estate, Berkshire
Models: Katja CemicDeen PontefractFelipe Oliveira; Sophie Murray