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Boho, festival and viking were all themes that inspired this fiery local shoot. Bursting with utterly gorgeous autumnal tones and alternative styling, it's definitely one for the scrapbook.
Images courtesy of Nicki Komorowski Photography
Despite the free-spirited inspirations of boho, Viking and festival styles, these elements were featured sparingly in favour of a much deeper focus on the use of the vibrant autumnal palette. Oranges, reds, honey - all gloriously rich and seasonal and complemented perfectly by the beautiful model bride's flaming auburn hair.
Their working title "Kissed by Fire" comes from a Game of Thrones episode, and is a term the Wildlings use to describe those with red hair - very appropriate we say. So, blessed with brilliant, sunshine this talented team of Kent-based suppliers were up and running and we're delighted to share the results of their hard work.
Welsummer Camping, where you can host intimate woodland wedding celebrations in Lenham, provided the stunning surroundings.
We love the boho-chic seating area adorned with on-trend pampas grass and macrame hangings by Handmade to Hire. Is it possible to more perfectly sum up the style of bohemia?
As a chill starts to fill the air in the autumn, you don't need to brave it! There are some lovely suggestions for bridal coverups here, from the fun wooly pastel pink shrug to the chic bolero. Chat to your bridal boutique about options available. These lovelies were supplied by The Robing Room.
The suppliers' palette shines out fabulously from the model groom's burgundy suit with wine-red waistcoat and blue shirt. Gents, don't feel tied down by tradition. A morning suit may not be your style, so look for alternatives, there are plenty out there and you'll be all the more comfortable for it.
A naked big-day bake is the perfect fit for a rustic wedding day, less formal and decorated with nature's abundance what could be better suited? This one brings that edge of glamour having been finished with a hint of gold and bronze. Even the rich chocolate of the sponge echos its surroundings. This beauty was created by Bake to the Future.
Wedding flowers are a key way to bring your theme and palette together both in your venue and your own bridal look. Loose, wild flowers are certainly making their mark at the moment, and we're here for it! This beautiful bouquet was created by Just Peachy Florists.
These watercolour invitations with boho motif, tied with jute string, are a perfect example of how your stationer can work with you to reflect the style and theme of your wedding. Yes, invitations are your first port of call, but think table names, place names, table plan... all can be expertly designed to match and make all the difference when everything comes together. These beauties were designed by Tiger Lily.
Make-up artist Lara James tied took her inspiration from the model bride's flaming hair and created a sultry smoky-eye look. She Said Yes Bridal Hair styled her locks into a beautiful relaxed wavy do, woven around Daisy Chain Lane's Midsummer Night's Dream-esque head piece.
Eco Wood Rings supplied the wedding bands, which are so organic they look as though they might have grown up out of the forest floor, totally in tune with nature.
Check out the gallery below for more inspiration, plus the full supplier directory for your little white book.
Dress and jackets
Macrame - chandelier, table backdrop, rope twists
Photo booth rail
Selfie photo booth