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Modern Tropical Vibes...

This shoot brings together classic boho and modern tropical vibes set in The Camellia house, one of the earliest cast iron glass houses in the country found in the grounds of Wollaton Hall. The elegant yet simple styling incorporates an on-trend colour palette incorporating natural handmade and rustic elements against a backdrop of green, gold and coral.

The glamourous real couple and wedding party have a relaxed informal style featuring a vintage inspired gown and alternative suit attire whilst the stunning tropical flowers are sophisticated, vibrant and perfect for the modern bride.

The moongate flower installation, rustic furniture, bespoke signage / stationery, and hand painted cake coupled with sunshine streaming through the windows gives the effect of being in a glorious tropical paradise. Dive into the gorgeous gallery and be inspired...

“The inspiration behind the shoot was the tropical flowers available and how they are undervalued and used in weddings in the UK. We wanted to inspire brides and grooms to be bold with their flower choices and dare to create something different. The Camellia House at Wollaton Hall is one of the earliest cast iron glass houses in the country, built in 1827. The Camellia house is a picturesque space full of floor to celling windows, original features, Camellia plants all set within the formal gardens of Wollaton Hall a perfect place to create a relaxed tropical paradise.”

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