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Hot tropic

The brighter the better

Ensure the newlyweds’ chairs stand out by decorating them differently to the others

Just because we’re deep into the winter months doesn’t mean that we have to desert our love of colour. In fact, we would argue that any sign of vibrancy at this time of year is greatly appreciated! This tropical-infused photoshoot was created especially for bridal blog Nu Bride, and serves as inspiration whether you’re getting married in the UK or jetting off to warmer and sunnier climates. Stylist Charlotte Munro says: “We wanted to create a shoot themed around modern, chic and tropical ideas. With a colour scheme of bright pinks, oranges, yellow and lime against a contemporary, white, industrial venue with large windows, it was perfect for a tropical wedding in the heart of London!” And what makes this shoot so interesting is the fact that all of the blooms have been made entirely out of paper! Susie Bernhardt - Phillips, founder of Tissue Blossoms explained: “My inspiration always comes from Mother Nature and her incredible artwork. I love studying flowers and try to create a surreal version of their beauty out of paper. Designing with paper means there are no limitations. Colour, size, longevity and availability are no longer issues. For this shoot I wanted to embrace that freedom and show that with the use of bold colours and surreal sizes, anything is possible.”

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