Wedding Flowers Devon
Wild, soft and natural
Embracing the beauty of natural floral design, flowers and foliage shine on this soft and stunning shoot
Whimsical, wild and beautifully natural, this styled photo shoot embraces nature, strong and vibrant, but with a luxe and tamed feel.
The magnificent Georgian mansion that is the Kingston Estate, near Totnes in Devon, places a focus on rambling foliage designs from Miranda Hackett Flowers.
Seasonal and locally grown foliage and armfuls of branches brings a loosely styled and heavily natural element, tempered by the poise of the bride and the elegance of her gown. Soft and flowing, the layers of textures and fabric match the flowing foliage designs, enhanced by subtle and barely there make-up and a hairstyle twisted with curls and tendrils.
A beautifully crafted yurt, made from locally sourced Devon ash, provides a light and airy space to showcase the florals, with giant urns being used to dramatic effect. Introducing soft colour and focal interest to the bridal bouquet, blousy garden roses bring a fragrant blush to the posy, finished with trailing hand-dyed long silks.
From the Marble Hall and the light-filled yurt to the steps of the Grade II listed mansion and the walled garden, the idyllic corners, beautiful stonework and rolling Devon countryside are the perfect backdrop to the shoot.
Floristry, styling and additional photography Miranda Hackett Flowers mirandahackettflowers.co.uk
Venue Kingston Estate kingston-estate.co.uk
Photography Liberty Pearl Photography libertypearlphotography.com
Dresses Ailsa Munro ailsamunrodressmaker.com
Hair & make-up Adele Hack weddinghairplymouth.co.uk
Roses The Real Flower Company realflowers.co.uk/wholesale-flowers
Silks & ribbons Lancaster & Cornish lancasterandcornish.com
Model Sophie Parsons