OMG I am so excited to be featuring the work of fabulous wedding stylist / planner / curator Rebecca Holt of Harlequin and Romance Weddings today! As soon as I saw these photos I jumped across the twittersphere and got in touch asap in desperate attempt to nab them first. What a beautiful shoot! First of all, Rebecca is awesome. I met her at her awesome Bridal Bazaar at Benefit last year, and have loved catching up with her at London’s most exciting wedding related events ever since. She has awesome style, is super modern, cool, and of course a lovely person. When I think of what you might look for when hiring a wedding planner, you want them to be a bit like your best friend and Becs hits the mark. Just wanted to say that.
Anyway, without further adieu, here is a bit more about the bridal shoot featured below.
Rebecca’s initial thoughts were based around the 1920’s with clean and delicate details, dashed with a bit of fierceness. Did you also notice that the model is from Britain’s Next Top Model, I might ask? Awesome. I really love the beautiful palette she worked with and how all the eclectic details seem to fit together effortlessly with a bit of funky cool added in the mix.
Rebecca says “It was a wicked albiet, exhausting day and everyone involved were sooooo good with delivering what I set out to achieve on the day in their own perfect ways, whether it was the GIANT cake by Emily at Tempting Cake, the perfectly designed Wedding stationary by Louisa at Denote Stationery, the amazing jewels all the way from New York via designer, Bernice from Macha (OMG officially obsessed with ALL of it) or the uber chic and REAL vintage bridal designer, Charlotte Casadejus. Charlotte and Emily from Charlotte Casadejus kindly offered select pieces from their collection of absolutely stunning dresses, and fitted the models like gloves. If you want real vintage, and absolute on point design, I would highly, highly recommend a trip to see Charlotte. She is uh-mazing.” Agreed.