Sunset colours, majestic scenery and a classic venue, this autumn sunset wedding is a stunner! This styled shoot was sent into us and captured by Misty Isle Photography and we’re loving the outdoor ceremony overlooking the magical views of the Peak District. The team used splashes of red throughout the styling for a fiery, autumnal vibe. Read on for more wedding gorgeousness!
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An Autumn Sunset Ceremony
The models, Nattie & Chris are a real life couple, and aren’t they gorgeous! Outdoor wedding ceremonies are becoming more and more popular, with people longing for something simple and close to nature. This autumn wedding ceremony took place at Curbar Edge, orchestrated by celebrant Helen Jubb. The team managed to capture this dreamy sunset too- what perfect timing!
Bringing the outdoors inside! Autumn Sunset colour palette
Part of this autumn sunset wedding shoot took place in the breath-taking Cressbrook Hall. What a unique venue it is, with its stone buildings nestled amongst the contrasting landscape and dramatic geology near Bakewell. Finishing Flourishes styled the venue with lots of foliage, bringing the nature inside. They also created the large statement bouquet, using wild berries and autumnal stems.
simple touches in a detailed venue
Cressbrook Hall is already full of character, so only simple touches are needed to make it ‘wow’!
Renting furniture is a great way to change the feel of a venue. A rustic touch has been added through the furniture from The Naked Table Company. The table is decorated with simple candles and stems, matching the stationery by Made By Rae Designs.
We’re loving the autumn vibes from this wedding cake by Urban Cakehouse! It looks brilliant draped in foliage with bold red florals.
The team behind this Autumn Wedding
Concept and coordination: Adventure Always
Photographer: Misty Isle Photography
Bespoke wedding dress: Bex Brides
Celebrant: Helen Jubb
Florals and venue styling: Finishing Flourishes
Hair and make up: Mazz Loxton
Cake and macarons – Urban Cakehouse
Stationery: Made By Rae Designs
Venue: Cressbrook Hall
Calligraphy vow books: Babbling Baboons
Bespoke rustic furniture hire: The Naked Table Company
Botanical marigold print ribbon: Silk and Willow
Secondary Wedding Dress: Monsoon
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