Muted pastels and luscious satin give this styled shoot the perfect balance of sweet and sexy, just like the show that inspired it. Any guesses? Yep–it's Bridgerton! This team created an intimate fireside ceremony for our young couple and a perfectly set table for them to share their first meal as husband and wife. The bride rocks a series of diaphanous silk gowns and sheer lace capes that evoke the Regency era from their inspiration. The groom's look is kept modern with a black suit, and no-show socks with his black leather shoes give him that cavalier vibe that the Duke exudes on the show.
A Blush Moment wanted to create a shoot that took inspiration from the hit show but would still resonate with modern couples. We love that all of these looks, while vintage in feel, are totally wearable here and now! These crawling floral installations by The Wild Pansy give the shoot that over-the-top glamourous feel that every Bridgerton fan lives for. The bright white walls and murals of Graydon Hall Manor are the perfect backdrop for this elegant shoot. EC3 Moments is the artist behind these lovely airy photos. If you want to see more from this shoot, be sure to check out the full gallery. Read on to hear more from Michele Cai of EC3 Moments about how they took the inspiration and gave it a modern twist.
SOME OLD WORLD GLAM
This Bridgerton-inspired styled shoot is for the modern couple who love a little English old-world glam. Hosted at Graydon Hall Manor, the creative team at A Blush Moment took inspiration from the popular Netflix series. You'll see small references about love and gossip with the most iconic one being the silhouette of Lady Whistledown on the invitation suite. Love letters were exchanged between our couple and were beautifully created by Olumis Calligraphy.
A SPOT OF TEA
We've kept the color palette soft and cool with mixes of blues and purples accented with gold. This is seen throughout from the stationery, in the flowers by The Wild Pansy, and in the delicate tableware by Roselle & Co. With food playing a big part of high-class society in the 1800s, the team at Toben created a lavish tea party that even Queen Charlotte would be jealous of! All the lovely details were captured beautifully by EC3 Moments.