If Bridgerton, Downton Abbey, and Jane Austen are your aesthetic, drink in this delightful editorial!
Captured at The Old Schoolhouse, an Oregon venue with loads of charm, it’s inspired by a traditional British tea. Consequently, these images are filled with all the delightfully elegant, romantic, and dainty details your Regency-romance-loving soul craves. We’re talking divine paper goods, lush, pastel flowers, delicate china, and mouthwatering macarons and cakes! Then, of course, there’s the bride’s fashion—she’s wearing our Miranda gown and a cathedral veil that goes on for days.
British Tea-Inspired Wedding Editorial Vendors
wedding dress: Lea-Ann Belter Miranda gown, shoes by Bella Belle | photographer: Lauryn Kay Photography | planning, design, and florals: Rachael Meader Design | venue: The Old Schoolhouse | hair and makeup: Blushing Bride | paper goods: Beautifully Noted | linen: BBJ La Tavola | rentals: The Party Place | dessert: La Provance | ribbon: The Artful Button | tea: Stash Tea | flowers: J. Bacon Flowers, Mayesh Flower Market, Cathy’s Cut Flowers, Glenwood Farms, and Frank Adams Wholesale Florist | model: Megan Duong