Set in the sunken old bath at Boconnoc Estate, Cornwall, Siobhan & Lawrence's ceremony arch was much the ethereal affair, with clusters of deep red-orange, antique gold and muted pink roses. Offset by lashings of delicate contorted willow, acacia, olive, fern & copper bracken. Styled with gilded candelabras and set against the dark Georgian stone made for a very sultry and atmospheric scene.
Photo credit: Haydn Rydings Photography.
Botanicals, Birds & Velvet Ceremonial Arch
An aged, bronzed gothic garden arch styled with highly fragrant, sultry and romantic botanicals, with a signature Saint Floral 'secret garden' aesthetic. Blown garden roses in antique golds and dusty pinks, Maiden's Blush lilacs, almond blossom and ivy vines. sweet tuberose, white and ultraviolet anemones, red amaryllis, gothic crimson parrot tulips and abundant preserved eucalyptus. All accented with gilded ferns, antique bird decorations and French velvet bows.
Photo: September Pictures
Late Summer in England, perhaps the best time of year to embrace its romanticism amongst dreamy green spaces with hints of golden Autumn coming through.
Set amongst towering riverside copper beech trees & gunnera leaves, this ceremonial garden arch was filled with ethereal pink, lilac & copper garden roses, English pinked sunflowers, lilac-blue delphiniums, sugar pink nerines, English amaranthus, abundant variegated ivy, trailing ferns & copper beech leaves.
A vintage 1930's silk gown, a butterfly ornament & a galvanised star decoration to finish.
Details of the majestic floral installation at Sparkford Hall, Somerset. Paired with the ornate stone, spring white flora and foliages made for an ethereal bridal scene. Intwined peonies, purple-tinged foxgloves, ranunculus, anemone and Solomon's Seal.
Photo credit: Emily Kelly Photography.