The colour nestled in between blue and yellow is up next, you’ve guessed it, it’s green. The colour of nature, green is proving popular for 2020/2021 wedding colour schemes.
Sage green is a dusty, subtle choice for natural weddings as demonstrated in the fabulous shoot Ambience York did at Thicket Priory. Photos courtesy of Jane Beadnell Photography.
What a shot! Thicket Priory has endless opportunities for stunning wedding photo poses that revel in the natural beauty of the North Yorkshire countryside that surrounds the venue.
The model, Lucy Ledgeway modelled 2 wedding dresses from The Little Pearl Bridal Boutique. Isn’t she gorgeous?? We were all peering out the window wondering what it’s like to be her… #girlcrush Check out the full blog from Brides Up North here.
Created by Blossom Tree Cake Company, this elegant 5 tier cake is utterly stunning in its simplicity and intricacy (how paradoxical). The icing flowers are unbelievably beautiful and a real testament to the skill displayed in a high-quality wedding cake. Pair them with a gold trim and some delightful macarons in a gold display case and the job’s a good’ un! Sophistication and simplicity make for understated glamour that everyone can appreciate.
Olive green is a deeper shade for a boho chic wedding colour scheme. It suits pretty much every skin tone and is perfect for an understated boho chic wedding theme.
This beautiful shot was captured during the Your Fabulous Shoot here at Thicket Priory in our Buckingham Suite ensuite bathroom.
If old school glamour is your thing then add small, bold and luxurious colour with emeralds.
These gorgeous moments were taken by Josey Grace Photography during the shoot by My Prettys.
Back to dressing your wedding… a green, natural scheme is perfect because it’s so simple! Talk to your florist because sometimes less is more. If you need a recommendation, check out our Friends of Thicket Priory, they’re all incredibly talented and will fashion the day of your dreams whatever the budget or personal style.
Let’s look at more stunning wedding breakfast ideas from Ambience York…
Again, simplicity is key. Choose fabulous gold touches, contained floating candles (safety first) and linen that matches your colour scheme then mingle with greenery to enjoy the effortless splendour they bring. Well placed details make all the difference. Gold cutlery is the cherry on the cake.
Our gorgeous August couple, Kate and Tom took full advantage of the wedding photo poses and wedding photo opportunities that the grounds give.
So, while you wistfully dream of your big day…
…consider how a little greenery can a go long way at Thicket Priory. With 16 acres of grounds…
…the opportunities are endless.
Stay home, stay safe, stay sane (Lord knows I’m trying!)
Love Flame x