We all need a reason to celebrate these days, so when we came across this styled shoot inspired by poppin' bottles, we were intrigued, to say the least. Set at a glamourous estate and consisting of a neutral color palette with gilded touches here and there, this editorial is the perfect combination of fun and timeless. Take the bride's gown, for instance, a stunning fit-and-flare with a sporty halter twist. And the groom, instead of your plain old black tux, rocked a velvet tux jacket for a little extra (shall we say) pop!
Bourton Hall is the perfect elegant backdrop for this bubbly-inspired shoot. We love that Lilac And Wild took inspiration from champagne spray in these explosive arrangements. Ami Louisa Photography took these gorgeous photos that capture the love and levity that make weddings so special. Keep reading to hear more from Ami Johnson of Ami Louisa Photography and make sure to check out the full gallery for even more inspo!
You’ll never go out of style with this timeless and classic, white and sage color palette with accents of gold to highlight the champagne theme. With a display of striking white roses and foliage to complement the floral design on the Perrier-Jouët champagne bottle. We swapped the traditional cake cutting for a champagne tower to pour everyone a celebratory glass of bubbly. This tower was created using champagne flutes to give it extra height and drama! You could also swap the first dance for the energy popping champagne can bring!
A VERSATILE LOOK
The clean lines and stunning fabric of the "Lola" dress, by Fran Rios’ clever tailoring, is the perfect combination. The sporty tulle halter comes together to create a keyhole back. This versatile look transitions through every aspect of the day with ease, especially when paired with these Loeffler Randall Penny Gold Pleated Bow heels. We made a classy statement through hair and makeup with elegant pearl hair accessories in a beautifully effortless low bun and a bold red lip.
HOW TO POP IT LIKE A PRO
1. Enough is never enough! Bottles, glasses–the more the merrier. More people can get involved that way too.
2. For popping the champagne, go big! Really shake the bottle and cover the top with your thumbs as the cork comes off to direct the spray and keep shaking!
3. Having a tray under the champagne tower (or table) can collect the champagne that will inevitably spill over.