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Black Elegance at Moggerhanger Park

Photographer & Videographer Karolina is a self-confessed lover of using the colour black in weddings and wanted to show how it can be done, using muted colours alongside metallic finishes to allow the black touches to shine through.

Karolina invited us to join the team to help bring her vision to life, we were excited to get creative with this talented team along with the help of Beth from Miss Carlysle and Co.

Moggerhanger Park served as the perfect backdrop, with its neutral exterior, contrasting black framed arch windows which allowed the light to flood in. The different areas of this beautiful venue from the wow-factor staircase and landing to the walled garden, extensive grounds, and countryside views are what drew us to this venue.

One half of our beautiful real couple, Eloise from @thehollandhares wore a bespoke made dress and veil by Felicity Westmacott, which included a tulle overlay for two different looks throughout the day. Tom wore an all-black outfit including a shirt, tie, suit jacket and trousers.

Hair and Makeup Artist, Ema Bridal, created an understated, glowing look for Eloise’s make-up and iconic Hollywood waves. To complement the look, hair accessories were provided by Rachel Chaprunne.

Laura from Charles and Faye created the most beautiful bouquet which was tied with burnt orange and black natural ribbons. The floral arrangements with a mix of dried and fresh elements were made especially so we were able to move them to different areas of the venue as we needed to. We placed them beside Debbie Coe Celebrant - for the ceremony, moved them outside to dress the peacock chairs from Victoria + Claire and then repurposed them for the wedding breakfast table too.

Providing the décor & styling items for the day with their extensive collection, Victoria + Claire arranged several bottles and bud vases along the centre of the large table to allow all the colours in the theme to be showcased without it feeling too busy. Black glassware and candles brought the black element back once again.

We added grey, botanically dyed napkins by Willow & Ribbon and geometric gold chairs by Rosetone Event Furniture to complete the look and bring a modern edge.

Created by Tracey from Tiggityboo Wedding Stationery, the stationery featured a bespoke design of floral elements on a white textured card with contrasting black envelopes.

Star of the show were the cakes and desserts made by Parul from Silverleaf Cake Company. Parul wanted to showcase a number of designs within the black elegance, metallics and neutrals colour palette.


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