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Chinoiserie Decadence at Aynhoe Park

Floral Decadence at the stunning Aynhoe Park…

If you haven’t seen this incredible bridal shoot in our 2019 magazine yet… then we have a treat for you today!

Blowsy blooms and neon hearts from Mr & Mrs Unique supplier Rebel and The Rose, vibrant feathers birds, a stunning Hermoine De Paula embroidered dress and lip smacking wedding food. Over to stylist Sophie Taylor to tell us more…

Sophie Taylor…

As a wedding stylist you seek inspiration from everything and anything. A photoshoot in a magazine, an Instagram post, a piece of art on a museum visit or a film you may have watched.

For this styled shoot at Aynhoe Park I was inspired by a beautiful emerald green, chinoiserie 3 piece sofa that my partner James had bought. This beautiful piece of furniture in carved wood and gorgeous hand painted detail, inspired me to explore a wedding theme based around the colours, flowers and use of birds. 

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Esther from Rebel and the Rose was keen to create the look with me. I really wanted to create something up the stairs as a lead into our stunning Orangery. I loved her suggestion of making a wild, overgrown floral archway using lots of greenery alongside rose pink to deep fuchsia peonies, purple delphiniums, open blush roses and white lilacs.

I used birds we had from around the

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