Shades of green wedding inspiration with gypsophila

Shades of green wedding inspiration with gypsophila

You know those moments when someone asks you if you’d like to be a part of a project that feels totally up your street. Well this is one of those moments for me. The fact that my own wedding colours were white and sage green, was just the icing on the cake. So, when one of my photographer friends ask me if I want to help style the model on a photoshoot for wedding inspiration where the colour theme is shades of green with gypsophila… well, I’ll be there!

Hi, I’m Becky, the creative director and owner here at Laurel Lime and I love to design and create thoughtful and romantic wedding hair accessories and jewellery for the heartfelt understated bride. And when I’m not doing this, I love to help other wedding industry artists to create beautiful and imaginative photoshoots to inspire brides and couples for their own wedding day.

sage greens, soft whites and gypsophila – a fine art canvas

Green wedding colour palettes and gypsophila white flowers are two of the most popular wedding trends and have been for a long time; and 2024 weddings will be no different. But there is a good reason they are so popular. This colour and flower combo is so versatile and timeless. Sage green and gypsophila evoke a sense of nature and beauty, and it is a very adaptable style that can create a variety of romantic looks.

The shades of green wedding brief

I was approached by my friend and talented photographer Jo, from Iris and Ivy Photography about doing a shoot at the beautiful historical Davenport House in Staffordshire.  The brief and mood board featured warm golds, silky sage green, and soft whites in a fine art style. And all the styling and floristry would be provided by the wonderful Lucy from April & Bloom who has recently launched her styling package, as well as all the florals.


bride and groom stood in front of a large georgian fireplace that is decorated with Shades of green wedding gypsophila and white roses with lit candles.
Georgian fireplace decorated with Shades of green wedding inspiration and gypsophila. A cascading floral display of gypsophila and white roses. Lit candles surround the fireplace also.
Groom with dark hair resting his hand on a green radiator looking out of the window. He wears a black suit, waistcoat and black bow tie, and white rose button hole.

A wedding of natural beauty with greens and whites 

Jo and Lucy were keen on a modern, fine art, and cohesive style.  And the details needed to create a beautifully simple, and elegant aesthetic to complement the fairy-tale grade I listed, Georgian Davenport House, with it’s stunning decorative room detailing and captivating grounds.

Using the historical country house sympathetically decorative interior backdrop, Lucy used the natural light, lit candles and ruffled table runners to create an evocative and elegant statement that would suit such a beautiful venue.


Shades of green wedding inspiration with gypsophila wedding bouquet and white roses balanced on a beautiful chaise longue seat with white silk ribbon.

Gypsophila white flowers with white roses bouquet

Natural light, lit candles and ruffled table runners creating an evocative and elegant statement for an historical venue.

A touch of nature with Gypsophila and pearl wedding accessories

Choosing accessories for this inspirational photoshoot wasn’t too difficult. I wanted to evoke a sense of nature and beauty, and with the variety of romantic styles that Charlotte from Charlotte Holder Hair stylist had planned, I needed to keep the accessories simple.

gypsohila style baby’s breath hair pins

My ever popular Baby’s breath hairpins obviously had to put in an appearance. How could I not include them.  They are designed to look like hand picked baby’s breath flowers from the garden for an informal bridal look, right down to a delicate stem to slide into the hair.  These made the perfect complimentary accessory for the bridal look. 

I also made some earrings especially for the shoot, which I intend to add to my 2024 wedding jewellery collection. Their natural imperfect beauty helped to transform the sleek, inviting and minimalist bridal gowns that were chosen for the photoshoot.

Designs include the Baby’s breath hair pins in gold, and the Pearlescence bracelet. Along with a new style pair of pearl earrings from my 2024 collection – Anais.

Baby’s breath (Gypsphila) hair pins are clustered into a soft updo of blonde hair.

I chose two headdresses from my 2024 collection for the bridal hair down style – Noelle and Venice. Each has their unique styles with handmade clay flowers and freshwater pearls. Each enchanting in their decadence and beauty. As the bridal gowns were unembellished and had very clean lines to them, I wanted the headdresses to have some fullness to them and create a look that was timeless and luxurious.

white Wedding cake of dreams inspiration 

Charlotte from Perfect Cakes Co took the ‘white’ brief literally. She was inspired by the ceramicist Leah Kaplan , famous for her style of movement, texture and translucency, and wanted to embrace light and shadows with sculptural simplicity. 

gypsophila embellished wedding cakes


Having a white wedding cake? Then make it ‘a statement, make it minimal and make it modern’. Then draw inspiration from the wedding day styling and embrace it.  Gypsophila flowers were used to decorate the cake table and blend the details seamlessly.

The full team of bridal suppliers and venue

Planning and Flowers –  April & Bloom 
Photography and Planning – Iris and Ivy Photography
Venue – Iris and Ivy Photography
Make up – Michelle G Mua
Hair stylist – Charlotte Holder Hair Stylist
Accessories – Laurel Lime Bridal Hair Accessories
Cake –  Perfect Cakes Co 
Dresses – The Dressing Rooms
Stationery – KM Stationery and Design
Suit – The Dressing Rooms
Models – Kate and Bambo

Do you love this style of wedding? Want more wedding inspiration? Perhaps you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the wedding planning? If so, why not have a browse in the Accessories Box for lots of styling advice and help.

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