In the words of Sarah Falugo, the talented photographer behind these rustic, beautifully surreal photographs:
What better prop can there be than a reindeer or an eagle owl?
I tend to agree. This is one of the most unique wedding inspiration shoots I’ve ever seen.
Set amidst the wild, windy landscape of Cornwall, England, it’s full of wintery, woodland goodness, lush florals and vintage details.
Vintage wedding dresses paired with intricate, bohemian headpieces, fur stoles, pearl brooches and boots are perfect for brides looking for timeless, winter wedding style. While grooms in hats are always a winner in my book.
The woodland theme is carried over to the tablescape with wonderfully quirky (and budget friendly) twig place settings, paper goods adorned with antlers and floral centrepieces bursting with texture, muted tones, artichokes and juicy berries.
Oh and I’m loving the ‘granny chic’ doily tablecloth, chintzy crockery and salt and pepper shakers!
Many thanks to Sarah Falugo and the creative team behind this stunning shoot for sharing it with us today.
ps. No animals were harmed in the creation of this shoot – they are well cared for at the Feadon Farm wildlife center, part of the luxury holiday lodge resort, Gwel an Mor where this photoshoot took place.Photographer: Sarah Falugo / Venue: Gwel an Mor, Cornwall, England / Styling & Vintage Dresses: My Vintage Affair / Styling: Sarah Falugo / Styling: Lucy Jenner-Brown of Gwel an Mor / Feather Headpiece: Holly Young / Lace & Chain Headpiece: Holly Young / Gold Leaf Headpiece: My Vintage Affair / Flowers and Floral Headpiece: The Blue Carrot / Paper Goods: Charlie Scribble / Makeup Artist: Suzi Winter of Make Up Artist Cornwall / Hairstylist: Number 8 Hairdressing / Ring: Mirri Damer / Tableware: Vintage Addiction, Newquay / Men’s Attire: Vintage Addiction & Revolver, Newquay