Whimsical meets Boho styled shoot at Escrick Park Estate

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Good Morning lovely people, I am so excited to share this awesome Whimsical meets Boho styled shoot in a perfect English country garden. Put together by five fabulous Yorkshire suppliers who are killing it in the wedding industry. Captured by the amazing Natalie Hamilton. Now prepare to be reaching for your phone to give these Fab suppliers a call and it will have you pinning away! I've fallen in love with the charming horse named Axel who makes a cameo appearance in the shoot, he's just adorable!

Flawless, soft, glamorous make up by Michaela which passed the test of time and sunshine effortlessly.

Hair by Kacey  Soft waves, intricate twists and pinned pieces all carefully adapted to suit each dress.

Beautiful made to measure dresses by A Country Bride. The fabulous thing is that you can change the tops and skirts to tailor your look. Whether its a classic ivory satin or a princess tulle skirt, each is impactful with delicate lace and bead work in the tops.

Flowers by Lisa’s Florist Their arrangements were just incredible! Anemone, wax flower, roses, succulents… the list goes on! They made such an impression on the photoshoot and could be paired with all the looks from the day. The headpiece definitely had ‘show stopper’ appeal they just couldn’t get enough of it.

The magical venue that is Escrick Park Estate  They were spoilt for choice with this venue. They started at the Ancient Oak woodland, where a hand crafted alter takes pride of place under the boughs of the 18th century woods. It is simply magical and would make for the most unique wedding day.
They then continued on to Skipwith Hall, where they took a walk through the private gardens of this Queen Ann Manor House. This venue is pure elegance with its colourful borders and manicured lawns, cockleshell paths and even a pretty pond with fountain in the centre.This is also where they discovered the charming ‘Little Theatre’ .

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