Brides in Cornwall and Devon

Spring Wedding Trends

Darling Buds

Fill your wedding with soft colours, dainty florals and fresh-from-the-hedgerow touches that sing of spring

Hand-painted with pretty petals, this silken number by Chantel Lauren is a super-stylish way to wear flowers.
The Bridal Room St Ives

Ensure your bridesmaids channel a relaxed elegance in this soft green dress, finished with a sequin sash for an effortlessly glamorous twist.

Olivia Bossert Photography

Named ‘Rosenwyn’ – or ‘little white flower’ in Cornish – this floral crown by Holly Young is a dainty medley of berries, greenery and pretty white flowers – perfect for adding an ethereal touch to your bridal ensemble.

Speckled with gorgeous fresh flowers, this sweet creation by Oona’s Cakes is oh-so pretty!

Heather is a symbol of luck, protection and the fulfilment of a dream, which makes this dainty heather locket, which features two tiny clusters of stamen that ingeniously pop in and out from their flowers, a perfect W-day accessory.

Not only will this number from St Eval Candle Company’s Garden of Eden collection scent your wedding with the beautiful and restorative fragrance of geranium, the leaf design will add an elegant touch to your tabletops.

We love the delicate beauty of this bouquet by Loulabel.

Inspired by Cornish wild flowers, these textured earrings make a chic accessory for brides and bridesmaids.

Adorned with watercolour leaves, foliage, flowers and berries, this stationery sets an elegant tone for a flower-filled wedding.

Gift your guests flowers on W-day! These favours contain a mix of native wild flower seeds, including cornflower and poppy, to attract butterflies and bees.

compiled by Rebecca Matthews

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