Carmel from Long Furlong Farm and Beth from Miss Carlysle and Co met at a networking event at the beginning of 2020, before the year took a turn for the worst. Together with a talented team of suppliers they have managed to showcase a beautiful champagne and green wedding shoot which is full of inspiration for your big day. Photographer Lee Rushby managed to create stunning bridal shots of Erin with a light and airy touch to the photos, reflecting the elegance of the champagne and green colour palette. Adam from Creative Spark Films was there to capture the inspiration day in the Northamptonshire countryside.
Film credit: Creative Spark Films
Long Furlong Farm is a beautiful barn location in Northamptonshire, as a blank canvas the barn allows you to turn it into your very own wedding vision. Long Furlong Farm is placed in the English countryside, where they offer a 3 day exclusive hire, giving you flexibility to work with your suppliers in creating your magical day. As a family run working farm, Long Furlong Farm gives you a wonderfully personal feel.
Photo Credits: Lee RushbyThe Cake
Having worked together multiple times, Nina from Meadow Sweet Cakes was able to visualise Beth’s vision for the shoot with the wedding cake. The beautiful three tier cake matched the elegance of the shoot, whilst capturing some stunning floral details.the Flowers
Kim from Bloom in Gorgeous created a large, loose country style bouquet and table centrepieces for a look that reflected the English countryside. The florals and foliage were added onto the wooden arbour to provide a stunning backdrop for the ceremony.The decoration
Helen from Creative Decorations used white, clear and green balloons to work alongside the champagne and green colour palette, with foliage being used to complete the overall look of the balloons. Balloons are a fantastic backdrop for your wedding day, especially as a ceremony or photo booth backdrop, with a balloon arch being a perfect fit. Photo Credits: Lee Rushby
Sarah from Ivory and Lace stated ‘When I was asked by Beth if I could supply a dress for a style shoot at Long Furlong Farm, I was very keen. Looking through the mood board we had a perfect dress to fit in with the style shoot. The chosen dress was the beautiful Addison part of the Morilee Signature collection. The dress has a real feel of romance, perfect for the shoot. The Elegant sheer bodice with moonstone and crystal beading on a light and floaty A-line skirt looked sensational on the model. Seeing all the suppliers comes together to create the style shoot was fantastic’. Rebecca from Rebecca Anne Veils stated ‘I usually focus on embroidery when it comes to veil designs, however I felt a full lace veil would work perfectly with the suit of a romantic mood of the shoot. With the natural greens and creams colour palette, it felt only right to use nature as inspiration and use a floral lace which, although a more traditional fabric, added a contemporary statement to the bridal styling’. The Bride
Kim Sanford of Kim Sandford Hairdressing and Chloe Eleanor MUA created a soft waves and elegant simple makeup look, which complimented the Lacy details on the dress effortlessly. With the purpose of the shoot being to provide bridal inspiration, Kim and Choloe pulled out all the stops in higlighting Erin’s natural beauty. Lee Rushy captured the day, from bridal prep to styling in his elegant signature style.Photo Credits: Lee Rushby
Behind the scenes film credit: Creative Spark Films
Wedding Planner and Stylist: Miss Carlysle and CoAssistant Stylists: Amy Raven Weddings and Your Wedding FriendVenue: Long Furlong FarmPhotographer: Lee RushbyVideographer: Creative Spark FilmsCake: ErzulieFlowers: Bloom In Gorgeous Florals by Kim Styling and Stationery: Pink Peony WeddingsTables and Chairs: Stardust EventsBridal Boutique: Ivory and Lace Hair Stylist: Kim SandfordMake Up Artist: Chloe Eleanor MUABalloons: Creative DecorationsVeil: Rebecca Anne Designs Model: ErinPhoto Credits: Lee Rushby