Happy Wednesday friends!

I’ve so been looking forward to sharing this beautiful shoot with you. Let me set the scene for you…

A beautiful bride with striking red hair strolls through the English countryside, handsome groom and adorable flower girl in tow. Expect to see meadows filled with yellow wildflowers, blue skies (yes we do get them in England every now and then), flower crowns, a noble steed  and even a cat!

With photography by Shaneen of Rosewarne Cox Photography, make up by the fabulous Ana Ospina Make Up, gorgeous gowns from Johanna Hehir and a host of other talented UK creatives ~ talk about the best of British!*

(I’ve actually had the pleasure of  being photographed by Shaneen twice now and I’ve had my make up skillfully applied by Ana and I can confirm that these ladies are as lovely as they are talented.)

It’s such a pleasure to feature British bridal designer, Johanna Hehir‘s exquisite new Mae collection. It’s full of romantic, feminine silhouettes in soft georgette, crepe and vintage style lace fabrics. I love the variety of flattering cuts, straps and oh so pretty sleeves while the modern, deep, v neck backs make my heart skip a beat.

The Mae Collection by Johanna Hehir is not only gorgeous but it’s affordable too (prices range from £1000-£1500). Find out more by visiting the Johanna Hehir website and Facebook page. And you can watch the charming film of the shoot here.

*Speaking of the best of British, this shoot was originally featured over on the fabulous UK wedding blog, Love My Dress ~ be sure to check out Annabel’s feature here for even more loveliness.

So which of these beautiful gowns makes your heart skip a beat?

 

Wedding Dresses: Johanna Hehir / Photographer: Rosewarne Cox Photography / Makeup Artist: Ana Ospina Make Up / Groom's Suit: Chris Kerr / Video Production: Big Block Pro / Hairstylist: Emma from Lifestyle Salon / Flowers: Sprig and Cecil / Bride’s Jewelry: Rose and Aster / Hair Piece: Crystal Delica / Hair Piece: Victoria Mary Vintage / Bridesmaid's Dress: Poppy Children