Giving a nod to the season and the magic of Christmas, we are elated to showcase a two-part editorial series from industry leaders located in the United Kingdom. We are talking enchanting holiday wedding ideas filled with story lines that unfold splendor frame after frame thanks to the talent of Teresa C Photography. With Susan Hopkins Weddings gift to tell a story through her planning, design and event management this interpretation of the classic Christmas Carol is brilliant, the first of the series. Unparalleled wedding inspiration for brides seeking a luxurious winter wedding. Partnering on this editorial is Red Floral Architecture, Ben The Cake Man, Eleventh Heaven and The Wedding Club whose access to renowned designers gave grace and bridal elegance to this concept that will dance in your heads!

Enchanting Holiday Wedding Ideas

We were told that this styled shoot was a year in the making - and with all the details and facets we can certainly see why. The Heather House with Susan's venue styling business, The Midlands Events Company immediately fell in love with the quintessentially English house along with the lovely owners. Due to the venue's location in the North, she selected the best of Midlands' vendors as the collaborating partners. Beginning with a King's table meant for a Queen, Red Floral Architecture created the most awe-inspiring floral arrangements that filled the room with prettiness and color crushing gorgeousness. Muted pastels, soft pinks and lavenders accented by robust foliage and golden highlights play eloquently against the tablescape's textures and fashionable features like sequined peacocks and low votive glowing candles. Ben The Cake Man added decedent trifles, croquembouche and a chocolate naked cake adorned with flowers, fruits and berries to tempt the scene. The Wedding Club dressed brides in renowned designers Berta, Pronovias Ateiler, Marco & Maria and Savin London. Bridal style was polished in flawless fashion by Ann McKaveny of Eleventh Heaven - just look at those headpieces for swoon-worthy options! If you love this spectacular editorial - just wait until part two.