With the stunning scenery of The Gardens at Elm Bank as the backdrop, this fall-inspired wedding styled shoot featured rich jewel tones, tons of luxe texture, and unexpected details to elevate and delight. From Velveteen runners to hanging flowers, rustic charm met romantic elegance throughout the stunning shoot that’s guaranteed to inspire more than just weddings. The beauty of the venue speaks for itself so we simply wanted to enhance it. To provide some depth, we partnered with DesignLight to drape gorgeous champagne fabric up at the Manor House. The florist, B Darling Floral, had a copper arbor that worked perfectly with the deep purple and reds. Pampas grass is becoming more popular so wanted to show it in a different way. Instead of associating it with tropical or rattan furniture vibes, we had it at the base of the arbor to provide a romantic and billowy effect. The narrow rows of chairs provided intimacy but also drama. Again since we wanted to let the space really speak for itself, we kept to the structure of the pathways. The bride made her entrance from the side before turning for her walk up the steps – a unique element instead of the standard middle aisle.