Let the Adventure begin – A Peak District Elopement

The UK may be starting to open up when it comes to weddings, but that doesn’t mean an intimate elopement is off the menu. Bradley and Grace of Keeley Wedding Films joined forces with Adele of Fly on the Wall Photography to carry out this absolutely stunning elopement shoot at the Peak District!

The Location

Sat across multiple counties, the Peak District is a stunning National Park that has ample beauty. Situated in the heart of England, entering the Peak District feels as though you have fully escaped into the wild, from expanses of rolling hills, breathtaking landslips, rocky outcrops and wild farmland. This is the ideal location for an elopement with its own awe-inspiring backdrops. Higger Tor turned out the be perfect for this styled shoot, offering 360-degree views and some dramatic rocky scenes!

The Colour Palette

Channelling the grassy moorlands and wildflower hedgerows which are abundant across the Peak District, the suppliers involved used a palette of earthy tones and soft pink hues. This colour palette was carried through the florals, outfits and beyond.

Photo Credits: Fly on the Wall Photography

The Styling

The attention to detail by Sass Weddings throughout this shoot was incredible. The stunning gold cutlery, picnic basket and blanket, and teepee all reflected the natural tones of the shoot, capturing the excitement of an elopement. The beautiful triangular place names by Dove and Lace drew inspiration from the mountainous range and worked perfectly with the lovingly hand-crafted table by Smith Hills Rustic Furniture.

His and Hers Wedding Cars finished the shoot wonderfully with The Defender! Nothing can capture a getaway vibe quicker than the perfect vehicle.

The Florals

Ink and Earth Studio tied the shoot together, bringing gorgeous neutral tones through the florals and some foraged wild foliage. Displayed together in a stunning bouquet, teepee backdrop and a unique backpack. The florals truly captured the wild and luxurious setting.

The Bride

The bride was dressed in a Bela top and a stunning Lily skirt by Lisa Lyons Bridal, which was the most perfect fit for the elopement shoot. The lace detailing gave a wonderful dreamy feel, whilst the skirt was the perfect length for the wind to capture, and still be able to lift up in order to climb the rockery.

Rock Paper Nib created the stunningly unique personalised denim jacket, perfect for when the temperature got cooler in the evening. The jacket provided an edge to this dreamy shoot, reflecting the wild nature of the location.

Hair and Makeup

Carefree and wild were the words inspiring Mazz Loxton with the bride’s hair and makeup. A casual braided hairstyle worked beautifully with the dried flower fedora created by Luna and Wild, and the flower crown that bride, Katy switched to as the sun went down.

Photo Credits: Fly on the Wall Photography

The Food

Nothing is more perfect for an elopement quite like a picnic! Every Last Bite .Co provided the delicious grazing table which had everyone dreaming of food for days to come. The details put into the food was spectacular for this show-stopping luxury picnic.

Continuing with the triangle detail of the place names, Urban Cakehouse created a gorgeous cake with stunning handcrafted edible rose’s.

The Suppliers

Videographer & Concept Keeley Wedding Films

Photographer Fly on the Wall Photography

Stylist (Rugs, cushions, tableware etc) Sass Weddings

Floral Design Ink & Earth Studio

Stationery & Models Dove and Lace

Hair Mazz Loxton

Bridalwear (Dress) Lisa Lyons Bridal

Furniture (Tables) Smith Hills Rustic Furniture

Bridal Fedora & Flower Crown Luna and Wild

Denim Jacket Rock Paper Nib

Cake Urban Cake House

Land Rover His and Hers Wedding Cars

Grazing Food Every Last Bite.co

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