Grab your pumpkin spiced skinny caffe latte, cinnamon bun and plonk your peachy bottom on a nice fluffy sofa, because we have a rather gorgeous autumnal styled shoot which will blow your mind! From the 1970’s styling to the bold and beautiful colour palette, there are so many beautiful elements to excite and inspire outside brides, right down to the little details. The stunning venue was Festival Farms in Braintree, a gorgeous space with an incredible woodland ceremony area, a meadow, and delightfully named Winnie the Vintage Caravan. Captured by the lovely Caroline Opacic Photography who’s imagination knows no bounds.

Caroline says “This shoot was really inspired by 1970s gypsy style and the ultimate Sister of the Moon, Stevie Nicks! In my head I pictured a bride wearing billowy lace with ruffles and huge rings, maybe sat in front of a caravan. Lucky Sixpence Bridal had just the type of dresses I had in mind – I ended up using three! My absolute favourite was a very ethereal batwing dress from the 1970s. One thing I really loved in this shoot was all the little details. Anon Design created some beautiful turquoise stationery, which really complimented the surroundings and looked wonderful with the dining set up and autumnal florals.” 


P.S How cute is the Kitten…Keep scrolling.

A massive thank you to all the wonderful suppliers who came together to create this spectacular shoot, and to Caroline for sharing it with The Outside Bride.

Credits: Planning and Photography: Caroline Opacic Photography

Venue: Festival Farms / Winnie the Vintage Caravan

Styling: Rock The Day Styling

Hire: Anthology Vintage Hire

Dresses: Lucky Sixpence Bridal

Cakes & Sweet Treats: Lucky & Co 

Flowers: The Country Garden Flower Company

Stationery: Anon Design

Hair: Original Button Hair

Make up: Knot Your Average Bride

Shoes: Merle & Morris

Rings: London Victorian Ring Co

Bell Tent: Tee & Toast 

Thanks for Reading

Hannah x


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