Surrounded by rich woodlands and panoramic views of the countryside, The Fir Hill Estate offers a wildly romantic, laid-back and beautiful location - and the perfect venue for this woodland wedding styled shoot.
With every element considered to evoke a gorgeously rustic and wild-spirited scene, think tablescapes full of foliage and place settings in earthy hues complete with natural, feel-me fabrics like hessian and wood. The bride in a stunning long-sleeved lace affair epitomises boho elegance, resulting in a wonderfully pared-back and natural aesthetic.
The hair and make-up are gorgeously aligned with the theme, with loose waves flanked by a fabulous floral fascinator and crown, and complemented with barely there make-up in neutral shades. Likewise, a dainty pearl necklace, belt and camel-coloured peep-toe shoes ensure a muted and chic head-to-toe look, with the fashion-forward style continued with the groom's on-trend petrol-blue three-piece suit and brogues.
The flowers create a colour-punch contrast, with accents of
red, blue and orange providing an eye-catching focal point, while the tipi's striking silhouette and rustic feel is a brilliant choice. Adorned with fairy lights and surrounded by woodland, it spells pure magic and romance.
Venue & glamping The Fir Hill Estate firhillevents.com
Photography Verity Westcott Photography veritywestcottphotography.com
Shoot coordination Out Of The Ordinary Weddings By Hazel Parsons outoftheordinaryweddings.com
Tipi & ceremony furniture The Cornish Tent Co thecornishtentcompany.com
Styling Keeping It Vintage Hire keepingitvintage.co.uk
Flowers Escential Blooms cornwallweddingflorist.co.uk
Stationery ER Stationery er-stationery.com
Dress Christine Trewinnard Couture christinetrewinnard.co.uk
Hair Hair by EmmaC hairbyemmac.net
Make-up Tamsyn Siddiqui MUA cornwallweddingmake-up.co.uk
Headwear The Lucky Sixpence theluckysixpence.co.uk
Jewellery Stephanie Stevens Jewellery stephaniestevensjewellery.co.uk
Models Emily Hardisty Modelling facebook.com/hippycreature
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