Warm & Cozy Scandinavian Hygge

In love with this heartwarming Hygge inspired shoot, submitted by photographer Brigi of Brigitte & Thierry Photography; perfect for the chilly, rainy spell I’m experiencing in Adelaide at the moment!

Hygge is close to Brigi’s heart which is why the team wanted to create something unique and a little alternative to other trends out there at the moment.

“The inspiration came from Danish pastries, neutral colours and dried flowers. It is not every day that you see various sorts of bakery products, very simple rustic cakes and dried flowers in weddings. The main scope was to provide inspiration to brides and grooms out there who want something different and don’t necessarily dream of a hot summer day for their wedding. There are just not enough winter weddings out there and this Scandinavian Hygge intimate wedding was our way of re-creating one this year.” Brigi

The shoot took place at the beautiful Patricks Barn in Sussex, England, where Brigi felt that the interior resembled a Nordic cabin, and with all of the natural surroundings the team had the luxury of being able to take a nice little walk with their bridal couple.

The beautiful “wild and undone” hanging installation was created by Copper & Moss, along with all other dried flowery goodness and the bridal bouquet. Matching neutral coloured props and decoration was provided and styled by Idyllic Days, while lanterns were brought in by Hire Your Day. The base for the tablescape was a gorgeous rustic table with chairs and stone coloured ceramic plates, all hired from Co-Ordination Catering Hire. To complete the vision of the gorgeous Scandinavian scene, it was important that we were all on the same page when it came to colour scheme. These four fantastic creative suppliers worked together brilliantly and the whole day at the barn was entirely dreamy.

“The wintery wedding of course – in my opinion – could not have been complete without Lisa Lyon Bridal’s furry bridal shawl. The gorgeous dress was also created by Lisa; she’s such a talent!” Brigi

One of the highlights of this Scandi Hygge wedding is definitely The Garden Chef’s mouth-watering baked creations.

“I kind of wish we could capture the delicious smell of her gorgeous-gorgeous cakes in some way and publish it along with the images because it was truly heavenly. Danish pastries are one thing that we rarely see in weddings, yet in this case they were somehow the main pillars of our vision for this shoot.” Brigi

When it came to wedding stationery, the team wanted something simple, neutral and beautiful that would complement the Scandinavian atmosphere they had going on. Kelly & Toby from White Cottage Weddings experimented with textures and colours and came up with a beautiful suite of stationery, that encapsulated the vision for the shoot along with place-settings, menus and even the flags hanging on the walls.

“All in all we had a perfectly dreamy day at Patricks Barn filled with creativity, beauty, and heavenly deliciousness. The concept of “hygge” has always been close to my heart and I am really happy that we could come together with all off these amazingly talented suppliers and create a wedding style so hyggelig.” Brigi

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