It’s been a little quiet on the blog, we’ll have more details to share on that soon. But today we are delighted to be sharing with you this very special Celtic wedding inspiration shoot from TNWC photographer Emma Stoner.
I love the wild and natural styling from Emma Stoner and The Prop Factory. It is earthy and organic, with the most beautiful natural colour palette that reflects the surroundings. For any couples who are looking for Celtic wedding inspiration, this is a truly beautiful styled shoot to give you lots of ideas. These Celtic wedding ideas are subtle, refined, and elegant.
Over to Emma Stoner to tell us more…
At several points in my own wedding planning, I was stressed out and ready to scrap all our plans to elope for a simple wedding ceremony, just the two of us, somewhere beautiful. We didn’t for various reasons, but the idea of eloping has always appealed to me. Two of our businesses – who happen to be run by a husband and wife team – have put together a tempting package for those couples who want a truly down-to-earth and intimate wedding.
Daniel and Jemma, along with their little girl, run Nantwen, an idyllic rustic wedding venue and honeymoon cottage in rural Pembrokeshire. In addition to the gorgeous barn and cosy cottage, Jemma also runs Slade Fine Jewellery handcrafting eco-chic engagement and wedding rings. For those couples wanting an intimate wedding, they saw that they could combine their businesses to offer a runaway wedding package that includes the ceremony, a few nights stay in their romantic cottage, and bespoke rings made in eco gold or silver.
“We think this package would suit a couple who want something really special, who are brave enough to choose a secret venue, with wedding rings there waiting for them.” How romantic!
Sometimes I wished Nick and I had eloped and got married just the two of us. If we had, I’d like to have done it like this couple did. Simply, beautifully, and reflecting the natural environment. Or I might have dreamt I was brave enough to wear blue like this elopement.
It feels quite strange to remember that I’m married now and don’t have these decisions to make anymore. We made our choices, had our day, and we’re married. It was truly lovely, but I can’t help feeling a bit odd that I’m no longer able to dream of what my wedding day might be like.
From the pretty blue dress and natural flower hair pieces, to the woolly jumpers and plaid shirts, to the incredible woodland setting – this elopement is so many things I love.
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