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Indefinite Love: An English Wedding Editorial Inspired by Notting Hill

by Brynlee Handy

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Seeing these romantic scenes has us filled with indefinite love for this English wedding editorial inspired by Notting Hill and pictured in captivating gallery by Jadyn Noelle Photography. You’ll be busting out your favorite Vans and felt beret after seeing this Notting Hill inspired setting. With punchy canary yellow and dainty floral cottagecore details, it’s as if she’s “just a girl” standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her… forever, in the most lovely British garden! Glass Chapel made the sweetest setting for this cheery affair where Party Perfect Event Rental + Design provided lovely white linens, natural wood rentals, fine china, and décor to set the scene. Lush, full floral arches by Poppy’s Garden brought a rich sense of romance that could only come from the English countryside and multiple wedding elements reflected that vibe, like delicious Disco Macarons decorated with edible flowers on their shells. Guests could enjoy the desserts along with delicate dusty blue place cards at each setting that matched invitations by The Letter Box. The stunning suite looks simply darling next to custom drawings by Amy Lee Illustration that tell the story of this late nineties romance. Our breathtaking bride modeling a strapless ballgown silhouette from Ellis Bridal had all eyes on her, and drew attention to her hair styled by Stag & Doe Salon in an elegant, sleek bun like Julia Roberts. The artists at M Salon created clean and simple bridal makeup with a pop of mulberry lip that makes this look summer wedding ready. Read on for notes from some of the creatives who worked together to bring this English wedding editorial to life. Cheers!

 

 

 

From Claudette with M Salon: “Inspired by an English romance setting, we were able to create a soft yet glamorous look. Proving that sometimes just having the essential things is better than having way too much, which worked perfectly for this Notting Hill inspiration.”

 

From Amanda with Disco Macarons: “We used edible flowers on the shell of our macarons. We always love a good floral vibe!”


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