I am not going to lie, I am not really sure where to start with this stunning modern & luxe Indian country wedding editorial we have for you today. Every detail is stunning, every detail thought out, and every detail providing the most incredible inspiration for your own big day.
The brainchild of photographer Sal Singh Photography, this editorial had one mission in mind – to encourage couples, who perhaps are used to Indian weddings with enormous guest lists, to be able to take a more intimate, COIVD-19 friendly approach, knowing that although guest lists are smaller, there is no less room for beauty. “Before Covid-19, Indian weddings were taking place at the bigger venues that fit 200+ people such as hotels, community halls & convention centres” explains Sal. “After adapting to the changes, I would love to capture these weddings by the countryside. We created the editorial to show that couples can have their intimate Indian weddings at different, stunning & one-of-kind venues.”
And today’s beautiful one of a kind venue? Meet Summergrove Estate. With its onsite chapel and rolling hills, our team, led by stylist Tweed Valley Events created two stunning wedding ceremony looks (one inside the chapel, another overlooking a picture-perfect landscape) and a reception setup filled with bright, dreamy colour. The blooms, styled by Lola’s Wildflowers combine tones of cherry red, vintage apricot, beige pink and orange to honour the vibrancy of an Indian wedding with an utterly modern touch.
Our reception is where the styling elements really flourished. Hampton Event Hire complementing the lush florals with modern furniture pieces, topping the table with mismatched vases in tones of terracotta and blush, while The Cake That Ate Paris came to the (wedding) party with all. the. cake. Two beauties embellished with blooms in shades of gold, lavender, bronze brow and red, echoing the detail. A Love Sign providing the finishing touch, lighting up with LOVE letters.
We’re all for silver linings, so if nothing else wonderful came out of COVID-19, then we’ll take this beautiful editorial and the stunning ideas it gives us, and call it a win!