Beckie from Emerald Orchid Weddings has been working on some simply stunning styled shoots recently, including this inspiration heavy tropical shoot!
It’s not news that I have rebranded recently, but what did surprise people was the niche that I chose to move into. On a personal level, I adore hot houses/glasshouses/orangeries. I love the light that pours in, I love the rich tones of glossy tropical leaves, I think they’re wonderful blank canvases. But if not dressed properly, they can be cold & sparse spaces. So this shoot was intended to relaunch the business under the new name of “Emerald Orchid” and also show how gorgeous & exciting these spaces can be. I knew I wanted to use local suppliers to create the look, but also to add some fun as well – after all, I’m known for being a fun planner, with a big emphasis on making your day as perfectly personal as possible. That’s when neon vibes became part of what I was creating! What’s better than rich glossy leaves, stunning lighting, and bright pops of exciting hothouse flowers?? As ever the suppliers I worked with understood the assignment and over-delivered, and I adore the photos. Here’s to an emerald future!
The colour palette for this styled shoot took inspiration from hothouses and the vibrant florals they often contain. With greens and hot pinks, this neon floral styled shoot will inspire most brides.
The florals were the star of the show for this shoot. Not only did they work for tieing the shoot together, but had provided inspiration for the colour palette. From the cake to the table styling to the stationery, this stunning shoot truly captures the carefree yet elegant vibes of the shoot.
Planner and Concept: Emerald Orchid Weddings
Photographer: Steve Mulvey Photography
Dress: Lucy Can’t Dance
Hair: Hair by Kerry-Anne
Makeup: Ali K MUA
Florals: Flower Boutique MK
Cake: Angela Jane Cake Designs
Décor: The Sparkle Shed
Stationery: Jo Higgins Art & Design
Celebrant: Ann Foley Celebrant
Bride: Roxanne Humphries
Venue: Plum Park Manor
Shoes: Innana Bespoke Shoes
Videography: Hannah Spary Videography
Tropical Background/Neon Sign: The Little Details Company