The Botanical Styled Wedding Shoot!

Posted by Megan Cattermole on

Here it is! My New Botanical collection. I have worked so hard on this range to create something that will appeal to style conscious, modern couples who aren't afraid to get a bit creative with their styling! It is my first full range of coordinating signage and on-the-day stationery to style your wedding and this was also my first styled shoot with the wonderful Dan Sparkes!

It was inspired by my trip to the Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh on my Mini Moon! Our flight had been cancelled andwe were able to squeeze a visit it in and I was so glad we did! The whole time I thought how it would be a great setting for a wedding! The stunning Victorian Palmhouse definitely influenced the venue choice for my photoshoot.

The restored Victorian Orangery in Holywells Park, Ipswich, had so many similar elements but on a much smaller scale! It only holds about 40 guests so would be incredible for a smaller, more intimate day. It has beautifully tiled floors, planted palms, and an abundance of natural light, which made it the perfect setting. 


 We've seen the botanical trend creep into everything from interiors to fashion and the look translates so well into wedding styling. The range uses minimalistic modern font, softened with a boho twist by pretty mostera and palm leaf details.


For the shoot I wanted to reflect this with a slightly industrial feel using Wire grids and Perspex panels, paired with soft grey tones and gold to give it that luxe look. Plenty of plants including ferns, palms, succulents, cacti & large mostera leaves completed the botanical wedding vibe.


   One of my favourite pieces has to be the table plan. It is attached to a 4 ft wire grid which can be used on the floor but also could stand on a table or platform. The Perspex Heading matches the other signage and the individual tables are printed, gold foiled and mounted on premium cardstock.


The Top Table Back Drop consists of an A1 Perspex hanging sign with white mostera leaf cut-out hanging garlands.

Menus are printed on Vellum. I love this stuff! It is semi opaque and gives such a great contemporary, fresh look. I want to use it on everything! Place cards are printed on matching premium colorplan cardstock.








Big thanks goes to Dan Sparkes (Instagram @rebel_jawa_photography) for photographing and editing the shoot. Be sure to check out his work!

This is a sample collection and can be totally customised and added to. Just email me at and I will be happy to answer any queries and have a chat through ideas.

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