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winter hygge: a rustic wedding styled shoot in yorkshire, take two

February 6th, 2017 | Rachel Parry

A Romantic Styled Shoot in Yorkshire (c) Silvery Moon Photography (43)

It’s styled shoot time once again on the blog, and today we’re sharing the second installment of a dreamy two-day winter wedding shoot captured in West Yorkshire. I think we all need a little winter hygge about now.

With images by Silvery Moon Photography.

A Romantic Styled Shoot in Yorkshire (c) Silvery Moon Photography (27)

Last month we shared the results of day one, which was winter hygge to a tee, with beautifully relaxed florals, rustic styling and soft, cosy knits. The second part of the shoot features a similar whimsical feel, but with injections of bold berry tones in rich purples, crimson reds and dusky pinks.

A Romantic Styled Shoot in Yorkshire (c) Silvery Moon Photography (14)

The beautiful blooms, which include Roses, Lisianthus, Skimmia, Waxflower and Ranunculus, have once again been put together by talented florist Susan Dobson of The Yorkshire Dales Flower Company, and this time it’s her garage that provides an ideal blank canvas setting.

A Romantic Styled Shoot in Yorkshire (c) Silvery Moon Photography (25)

To achieve the desired effect, the bare space was styled with rustic furniture and accessories while the bridal look was created with stunning gowns provided by Amelia’s of Skipton, chunky designer knitwear from Just Unwind, and a pair of vibrant Hunter wellies.

A Romantic Styled Shoot in Yorkshire (c) Silvery Moon Photography (80)

As a trained beauty therapist and owner of Beauty by Hannah, the model did her own makeup and Skipton-based stylist Ella Beau created the beautiful bridal hair dos.

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Rachel Parry
Rachel joined the Brides Up North editorial team as Features Editor in February 2015. Rachel draws on her news reporting background, experience in features, bridal & lifestyle editing for previous regional titles and time spent working for Yorkshire’s most successful PR agencies. Yet to tie the knot herself, Rachel's own wedding looks set to be very, very pretty...

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