English wildflowers for a stunning micro wedding style

Published by Claire Gould on

I fell in love with today’s photoshoot the second I saw it. Having a mother and daughter in a photoshoot is really special, and this is as sublimely beautiful as can be. The florals are breathtaking, the light is glorious – and the details are simply stunning. Huge thanks to lovely Katherine and her Camera for sharing this with us!


Flowers – https://www.wbfloraldesign.co.uk/
Outdoor Decor – https://www.bellandbellevents.com/
Chairs & Sashes – https://www.happyeverafterdesigns.co.uk/
China & Glassware – https://www.vintagegemschinahire.com/
Models : @samanthalorrainec & @phoebelavinia
Stationery – https://www.designbyemily.co.uk/
HMUA (hair only) – https://www.janeyhairandmakeup.com/
Cake – https://www.cakesinbloom.co.uk/
Photography & film – https://www.katherineandhercamera.com/
Veil – https://www.instagram.com/tabithatextiles
Bridal Wear – https://www.mariechandlerbridal.com/
Venue – https://parkhousehotel.com/

We were inspired by the walled garden of this venue to highlight the beauty of “Made in Sussex”. Mindful of the current pandemic, we were eager to show how a romantic, smaller wedding can be breathtaking, and include all members of the family from children to family pets.

For many modern couples, it is of paramount importance that their wedding day include personal touches. This is reflected in the bespoke embroidery on the wedding veil, the custom invitations, the colour choices for the bouquets and table accessories. The couture gown is a fantastic option when looking for something ethically handmade that is truly unique, specially when it is made of three pieces which can all be worn independently, for a wedding dress to last a lifetime.

The florals are all seasonal, to create a high impact but low maintenance effect that can easily be translated across all aspects of the wedding day, from the bouquet to a flower crown, even to a dog collar. The flowers are complemented by candlesticks and an eclectic selection of mini vases, to bring some whimsy and romance to a country wedding.

We were able to shoot outside too: the lighting was so bright and warm that we couldn’t miss it. It created a perfect setting for the quintessential English picnic: scones, tea, and cake, set on the outdoor decor that we showcased throughout the gardens.

Words by Guilia of Cakes in Bloom.

Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at www.byMoonandTide.com. Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.


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