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STYLISH WINTER MONOCHROME AND FOLIAGE WEDDING

Jenna and Will held their big day in early December at Cotswolds based Hyde House. The ceremony took place in The Grange, a bright and airy space with huge bay windows, rustic oak beams and farmhouse style doors.

 

Wedding Stylists styletopiauk worked with wedding florist The Stow Flower Shop to create large floral towers with foliage and a range of white florals as the gorgeous backdrop for the couple to say their ‘I do’s’. An abundance of foliage was used down along the pathway of the aisle for a gorgeous cosy winter wedding feel. The styling used monochrome mixed with the foliage and touches of gold throughout the day. Wedding photographer Pat Patridge captured all the stunning details.

The bride and groom hold hands and their other arms up in the air to celebrate being just married and walk down the aisle.

Marquee Wedding Breakfast

The barn was set up with banquet rustic wooden tables and chairs with floral installations and fairy lights on the beams. Lush green foliage and white florals were used as statement table runners with black taper candles and gold tealights providing a romantic feel.

A wedding breakfast set up with long banquet rustic wooden tables and chairs with table runners made up of lots of foliage and white flowers

Each of the tables housed the wedding menu where I used a touch of hand drawn calligraphy in black on white card nestled amongst the foliage, white flowers and berries.

A wedding menu with black calligraphy on white card, placed amongst the foliage, white flowers and berries table runner.

I personalised each guest place name using hand drawn modern calligraphy in gold ink onto a black card. This was placed on a white napkin and styled with a spring of eucalyptus.

A wedding guest place name with calligraphy in gold ink onto a black card, placed on a white napkin and styled with a spring of eucalyptus.

Wedding Stationery

Jenna and Will chose the Hollie wedding stationery collection from my curated collection of wedding stationery designs and requested a black and white colour palette with a touch of gold. All of the wedding stationery collections on the LouPaper website can be customised to suit your wedding colour palette and style. So for Jenna and Will I personalised the save the date and the wedding invitation using calligraphy in gold foil for their names.

Wedding stationery collection by LouPaper in black and white card with gold calligraphy

Large Wedding Signs

The couple chose a large sign to welcome their guests incorporated with an order of the day. I designed the sign with black calligraphy on a white background for consistency with the stationery. The sign was styled with more of the foliage, white wedding flowers and candles in lanterns.

A welcome and order of the day large sign designed with black calligraphy on a white background, styled with foliage, white wedding flowers and candles in lanterns.

The table plan had a calligraphy header and a simple modern text in black on a white background, suspended on a rustic frame and styled with more of the stunning florals, foliage and candles.

A table plan with black calligraphy on a white background, suspended on a frame and styled with foliage, white wedding flowers and candles in lanterns.

Small signs

I love designing small designs for any particular parts of the wedding day you’d like to let your guests know about. Jenna and Will chose a sign for their gorgeous favourite cocktails, personalised with calligraphy in white on black card.

A small wedding sign personalised with calligraphy in white on black card, placed next to some expresso martini and negroni cocktails.

Wedding Couple Styling

Bride Jenna looked incredible in a strapless bridal gown by Aleena Leena Bridal which featured a fitted bodice, flowing skirt and lace detail throughout. Jenna’s hair was styled into glamorous soft waves and accessorised with a statement beaded hair band for a contemporary look. Groom Will looked dapper in a black tie suit with a crisp white shirt and black bow tie.

 

Let’s just take a moment for the cake! An incredible 3 tier cake with textured buttercream, edible gold leaf and decorated with florals and foliage. I designed the cake sign to let the guests know the flavours too!

The bride and groom smile as they cut the 3 tier wedding cake decorated with flowers, foliage and edible gold leaf

The bridesmaids wore black silk maxi dresses from Pretty Lavish to accompany the monochome styling, with pretty hair up do’s. Each of the bridesmaids held a bouquet of the foliage and white florals to match Jenna’s gorgeous bridal bouquet. The best men wore black tie suits to match with Will.

The bride and groom stand smiling with their bridesmaids wearing silk black max dresses and best men in black tie suits

A huge thank you to Jenna and Will for choosing me to be a wedding supplier.  Your wedding day looked incredible and I wish you all the happiness for your future together! Here’s a few more photos from their stunning wedding day….

A small sign personalised with white calligraphy on a black background for the wedding guestbook, placed next to a bauble for guests to sign

A rustic wooden drinks cart decorated with a floral and foliage arch, with a small personalised sign for cocktails and full of negronis and expresso martini cocktails

The bride and groom pose laughing with the bride’s arm up in the air in celebration

Winter Wedding Stationery

If you’re wedding planning and interested in ordering wedding stationery then you’re in the right place! At LouPaper, I take the stress out of wedding stationery and walk you through the process. As a starting point, there’s a collection of wedding stationery designs on my website and all of them can be customised to suit the colour and style of your big day. For for more inspiration and ideas, head over to my Instagram account, Pinterest account or the LouPaper blog for lots more weddings. Please contact me here with any questions.


Credits:

Venue: Hyde House 

Styling: Styletopiauk

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