Whether you are meddling in someone else’s wedding design or matchmaking your own décor, this “Emma” inspired design is one for the books! It wouldn’t be Regencycore style without a fabulous family crest motif, pastel pastries galore, and whimsical blooms covering every last vignette, and luckily Ladybird Paper Co., Katrina Makes Cakes and Camellia Farm Flora knew just how to bring this to life. An asymmetrical botanical-flanked monogram motif was worked into the invitation suite then put of full display against Satin Pavement‘s boxwood wall. Towering berry-hued floral columns served as the altar backdrop at The Bowden, then were repurposed against the boxwood wall to complete the backdrop for Katrina Makes Cakes‘ trio of pretty pastel cakes.
Our very own ‘Emma’ bride wore a button front, corset bodice ball gown with a folded sweetheart neckline in barely-there floral pattern fabric from StarDust Celebrations. Tease to Please Hair and Makeup made the brides Regency era styled hair a bit more modern by adding the cutest jeweled headband to her updo, and AshleyDrew Artistry complemented the look with a natural, glowy makeup look and soft pink eyes and lips.
Keep scrolling to see all the beauty from this “Emma” inspired design captured in photo and film by Pharris Photos + Films. Cheers to happiness together!
From the hairstylist, Breanna with Tease to Please Hair and Makeup: “1800s meets modern was the inspiration behind this gorgeous updo. This Regency-era hairstyle is a go-to in period pieces, but I wanted to make it feel like it could be worn on today’s bride. Aubrey had the perfect natural curls to make this look even better! The natural texture made this high bun look effortless and romantic and even had me swooning over how stunning it was. Top it off with the perfect hair accessory and soft ringlets coming down to frame the face that give those signature bridal touches.”
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