Keeping it quintessentially British, our creative team headed to the quaint village of High Halden, Kent to shoot our latest winter collection, ‘Field of Dreams’.
Brick House Farm was the exact location, a rural event venue with 22 acres. With so much space, there was a lot of room for creativity and the Elvi creative team couldn’t wait to explore different areas of the farm and discover the perfect spots to showcase this season’s country-esque pieces.
The collection features beautiful fabrics of tweed and velvet, with attention to detail on sleeves and collars, contrasted with a colour palette featuring the most stunning hues of yellows, browns and reds to create a stylish collection of premium winter essentials.
We were lucky enough to sit down with Brick House Farm’s owner, Caroline to get the scoop on what it’s like to be involved in such a varied range of creative events, weddings and campaigns…
Can you tell us about the most stylish wedding that has taken place on the farm?
My daughter’s wedding. It took place this year on August 12th. It was truly wonderful to celebrate our own family wedding here at the farm.
How much work and planning does it take to plan an event or wedding?
Wedding couples normally book in with us a year in advance. Along with a couple of visits and a lot of emailing the wedding set up and catering that we offer takes in total one week.
What are some current farm wedding trends?
Here at the farm it’s all about a very rustic vintage trend that has been very popular.
Have any famous faces visited the farm?
Davina McColl, George Martin the producer for the Beetles, Nick Le Proste.
Our ‘Field of Dreams’ collection prepares to make its debut very soon…