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Swoon over this dried floral, inst-worthy, Bawtry styled shoot. With fluffy Pampas floral columns mixed with dried Hydrangea, dried Gypsophila, Fan Palms, Seed Heads, Laguras Grasses and dried Roses are certainly a focal point for your wedding ceremony, wedding breakfast or even to create a dramatic rustic entrance.

A Wild Pampas Dream conveys a powerful and feminine bridal look and wedding set up – it shows the freedom of contemporary wedding floral styling, and how identity, personality and style can be injected into your wedding from every element-the floral explosion of dried flowers and pampas grass, the elegant and modern cake made by Charlotte Wilcox Cake, accessories for the bride (including a stunning gold crown) and accessories from Victoria Louise Accesories for the set up-a plush pink velvet sofa. Every detail contributes to the concept and the distinctiveness of the bridal look.

The inspiration for the shoot came from modern but feminine styling; showing the character and fun that can be injected into not only a wedding set up, but the overall bridal look. With a sheer Daalarna Couture gown supplied by The White Yard with intricate floral detailing and long, ethereal sleeves, matched with a gold statement crown-a combination of antique and the contemporary-all of this contributed to the ultimate modern bridal Inspo for those who are looking for something a little different, to stand out, or to convey a free and wild personality.

Beautiful film created by Matthew Laraway Weddings


A fan fair of dried wedding floral designs were all carefully designed by Sheffield based deisgner of florals, Fantail Designer Florist.
‘Pampas is such a versatile cut stems and so on trend that this made it the perfect backbone to our flower installations. The dried wedding bouquet had not so much Pampas, but a mixture of dried blooms including pink Hydrangea, Bunny Tail Grass, dried Poppy Heads (Papaver) and a selection of grasses. The outline of the wedding hand tied was a natural, slightly upright round styled bouquet.’

We hired muted blush plate and chargers from the sublime Whitehouse Crockery which brought the table setting to life. Dried florals arranged in terracotta and glass terrariums added texture and drew your eye towards the beautifully scented candles by The Scent Styling.

Bawtry Hall was the perfect backdrop for the concept-in it’s classic architectural and interior design, combined with stunning gardens. The wild and modern bridal look was an ideal juxtaposition to the classic white high ceilings and ornate detailing of the venue.


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