The hauntingly beautiful Salubria Manor House
High, stucco ceilings, old fireplaces, fading colors, curved stone staircases and the organic look of crumbling walls hint at the historical background of Salubria Manor House. They bring us from the past to the present and add an authentic charm to any motif.
Janna Brown Design and her great team, with a great sense of aesthetics and style, designed a stunning editorial whose invigorating contrasts the estate would never have dreamed of in its heyday.
Fine art photographer Sean Thomas immerses us in magical wedding visions with his remarkable imagery.
Salubria had an eerie yet exquisite ambiance. History seeped from the walls as the manor creaked and moaned with the weight of our footsteps. Our bride donned a delicate antique cream lace gown from Monique Lhuillier, that trailed behind her as she drifted across the timeworn floors. A spring bouquet composed of garden roses and clematis flower sat beneath her veil as the soft afternoon sun drifted through the wavy glass setting her aglow.
Our stationery suite by Papier Handmade was created from aged pages torn from old books, with a plethora of intricate invitation pieces designed to appear to have lived in old novels themselves. Further indulging in the raw beauty of the venue and the budding spring season, we incorporated fresh mushrooms to further the organic thread throughout the design.”
Photographer: Sean Thomas Photography
Stylist / Planner / Floral: Janna Brown Design
Planning and Coordination: Ema Giangreco Weddings
Hair & Make-up Artist: Anna Breeding
Dress Designer: Monique Lhuillier
Bridal Salon: Alexia Bridal Boutique
Paper Goods: Papier Handmade
Linens: La Tavola
Tuxedo: The Groomsman Suit
Styling Mats: Locust Collection
Tabletop Rentals: Liberty Party Rental
Furniture Rentals: Paisley and Jade
Silk Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic