On an hazy, early September afternoon, Siobhan & Lawrence wed in the majestic, evocative old bath at Boconnoc Estate in Cornwall. With that typically mustard-mottled Georgian stone and towering coppery trees that gave some ethereal light, we wanted to echo these nuances through Siobhan's flowers. Soft peach English garden roses, gold and old rose pink Dutch roses, dahlias, purple dill, hellebore, chocolate cosmos, wild mint and hints of blue Nigella. Accented with ferns, berried-foliages and lilac grey and gold silk ribbons from Lancaster & Cornish

Photo credit: Haydn Rydings Photography.

Exchanging vows under this autumn wild ceremony arch. Clusters of blown roses in deep orange-red, old gold and blush pink, nestled amongst contorted willow, acacia and olive. Perfect against the old Georgian stone.

Photo credit: Haydn Rydings Photography.

Making a delicate statement to compliment Siobhan's titian curls and her French cathedral veil. Powder lilac spray roses, chocolate cosmos, coffee and blush lisianthus, faded teal hydrangea florets and powder blue nigella stars. Finished will deep copper ribbons.

Photo credit: Haydn Rydings Photography.

This bridal bouquet was a celebration of season, scent & story, with layers of the softest, fragile Spring flowers & foliage vines in shades of pinks & golds. Sugar pink peony, soft apricot sweet peas, golden jasmine vines, salmon ranunculus, sweet orange blossom, English phlox & fragrant tuberose. The whimsical petals made the perfect accompaniment for the vintage 1930's ivory lace gown.

High Summer ceremonial garden urns styled abundantly and wild with blush pink and apricot fragrant garden roses, millennial pink gladioli and nerines, Summer grasses and trailing vines of wild clematis and ivy. Clock Barn, Hampshire.

Image: Lynsey Grace Photography.

It was all about ultra fine and feminine florals to accent Harri's ethereal feather and gathered silk gown. Translucent petals and petite wild blooms; apricot Juliet garden rose, antique pink hydrangea, nigella, wax flower & ivy trails

Photo credit: Melia Melia Photography.

Set by sultry candlelight, a woodland-styled top table, featuring pewter and zinc vessels filled with blown roses and chrysanthemums, surrounded by moss, snowberries, blackberries and vines of jasmine, clematis, ivy and ferns.

Image: Melia Melia Photography.

Siobhan + Lawrence's September wedding flowers paid homage to vintage beauty and the filmic charms of the rustic Cornish backdrop. Complimenting Siobhan's lace-embroidered Hermione De Paula gown, florals were in shades of dusky pinks and coppers with old golds and ivories. Vintage garden roses and dahlias teamed with Autumn foliages, English ferns and jasmine vines finished with vintage silk ribbons.

Image: Haydn Rydings Photography



The signature Saint Floral colour palette never faulters throughout the seasons, working so beautifully with vintage ivory, champagne and embroidered lace gowns. Dusky old rose, millennial pinks and blush ivories are enriched with golden ochre yellow and claret reds.  Bouquet features; fragrant old garden roses, whimsical grasses, delicate berried vines and foraged textured foliages, finished with antique silk ribbons. 

Image: Jen Marino Photography

Olivia's bridal bouquet, full of English Summer florals and delicate trailing foliages for texture. Soft peach dahlias, scented blush pink and apricot garden roses, fragrant tuberose and jasmine, chocolate cosmos, eucalyptus and woodland ferns. Finished with caramel and antique pink silk ribbons.