Jennifer Jane loves a wedding, she's a sucker for romance and that's why she loves her job as a wedding photographer.
This shoot was inspired by a book she read as a child Edith Holden’s ‘The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady’.
Jennifer Jane's vision for this shoot? It had to be natural, soft and as romantic as possible, but with a modern edge.
The incredible venue was Hillersdon House which was the perfect place, with its abundance of beautiful grounds, fields, kitchen gardens, lakes and flower beds as well as geese and swans and deer on cue.
The Grooms look was modern and laid back with jeans, white shirt, waistcoat, bow tie and braces, whilst the bride was elegantly traditional, with the soft lace reminiscent of the Edwardian era but brought up to date with a modern two-piece from Lovely Bridal in Honiton.
Laura Elisabeth Avery MUA kept the brides make up simple and natural but still bright. The Updo Girl swept the Brides hair up into a jazzy updo and then used a specially designed hairpiece by The Lucky Sixpence which included green leaves and small white flowers.
The Flowers were created by Ellie at Darling Buds Ellie sourced the flowers to produce the stunning bouquet, table centrepieces and buttonhole. British grown flowers are bang on trend for 2019 along with fruits seeds and grasses.
The cake was a simple white cake with green marbling from Classic Cakes that had an amazing dried flower decoration made for it by Rosehip and Wren gave the cake a beautiful natural look in-keeping with the Country Diary theme.
The stationery was an interpretation of interpretation the diaries beautifully designed by Watercolour Woodshed
The table accessories, plates, chargers, cutlery and glasses to create the luxurious feel of the shoot were from Keeping it Vintage with bespoke white napkins, edged in white lace from Lighthouse Interiors
The shoot had everything Jennifer Jane could want for a wedding shoot with nature at the heart of its theme.