Anna & Jordan – The Barbican Conservatory, London

London wedding bridal hair & makeup The Barbican

Anna and Jordan’s London wedding was a botanical, colourful and stylish celebration like no other! Their wedding took place in the beautiful Barbican Conservatory, where the couple were surrounded by endless plants and trees. This venue was such a magical space to tie the knot, and all of Anna and Jordan’s wedding photos looked so stunning with the indoor garden scenery.

Our Elevate Bridal artist Louise, took care of Anna’s bridal look plus styled her six bridesmaids’ hair. Louise gave Anna a romantic, braided up-do complete with a delicate bridal pearl accessory at the back, where her veil could sit neatly. She gave Anna natural, smoky makeup to enhance her dark features whilst also giving her skin a glowing complexion. Anna and her bridesmaids looked so gorgeous and we loved her complete bridal look!

We absolutely loved Anna’s wedding dress, by Grace Loves Lace. Anna wore the ‘Loyola’ dress, fitted with exquisite silk and long, flowing sleeves. Anna looked effortlessly beautiful in this boho chic wedding dress, especially paired with her braided hairstyle! We also loved the look of the bridesmaids’ yellow gowns, which really popped against the botanical garden backdrop.

This rainforest-inspired London wedding looked so charming and picturesque! We loved all the colours and environmental decor! The stunning tropical florals were provided by Ribbon & Rose. Additionally, Anna and Jordan’s wedding cake was made by Lily Vanilli. Their lovely wedding photos were taken by Oliver Holden.

We loved being a part of this wonderful, botanical wedding in London! Congratulations Anna and Jordan! Team credits below.

Photography: Oliver Holden

Hair + makeup @elevate_bridal

Wedding dress @grace_loves_lace

Florals @ribbonrose

Cake @lily_vanilli_cake

Venue @barbicancentre

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