Jonny Draper Photography

Following on from yesterday’s introduction to the fabulous photoshoot at Heaton House Farm that I got to be involved with, today I’m sharing the first of the two bridal looks that we created.  A team of wonderful wedding suppliers came together to put these looks together and you’ll find all their details at the bottom of the page.

Today’s bridal looks are accessorised with cute calves and a stonking great big tractor…

1950s inspired bride in the cow barn

This was probably my favourite look of the day, a gorgeous vintage-esque wedding dress with gorgeous lace bodice and cinched-in sash around the waist, red sparkly shoes and blanket covered hay bales.

1950s inspired bridal look

Birdcage veil and 1950s inspired wedding dress

1950s inspired farm bridal photoshoot

Black and white vintage wedding

Red glittery wedding shoes

Vintage inspired farm bridal photoshoot

Heaton House Farm bridal photoshoot

1950s vintage inspired wedding dress

Lilac rose wedding bouquet

Jonny Draper Photography

1950s inspired bridal photoshoot

Vintage inspired lace wedding dress

Milk churn of wedding flowers

Heaton House Farm rustic photoshoot

Bridal shoot with cows

Vintage inspired farm bridal photoshoot

Heaton House Farm wedding venue

Jonny Draper Photography

The next look was a bit more dramatic and for some reason reminds me of the 80s – perhaps its the ruffled hair and pink lips?  I love the bouquet we used for this look, a gorgeous spring inspired bunch of yellow daffodils and blue muscari, nicely complimented by the milk churn of sunflowers.

Rebel bride in the old parlour and farm yard

Heaton House Farm bridal photoshoot

Milk churn of sunflowers

Jonny Draper Photography

Farm wedding photoshoot with tractor

Spring bridal bouquet with daffodils

Rustic farm wedding photoshoot

Sunflower wedding flowers

Heaton House Farm wedding venue

Coming tomorrow morning the final two looks (including the very gorgeous Tootsie the horse) from this lovely photoshoot at Heaton House Farm.  If you’ve enjoyed the first few looks, do leave us a message below – it’s always lovely to hear what people’s favourite pictures were or to ask where the blankets were from, even if you just want to say how cute the calves were, we’d love to hear from you!

{ Details }

Photography: Jonny Draper
Venue: Heaton House Farm
Dresses: Timeless Bride
Flowers: Wild Orchid
Make-up: Emma Draper
Videography: Rebecca Reville
Horse: Natalie & Ann Hague 01260 227 274
Vintage Props: Wild Orchid & The Natural Wedding Company


Sarah on 4. July, 2012

Love the vintage dress! The bouquet matches perfectly! The tractor in the yard looks so cool!

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