This laid back beauty shoot at BoHo Cornwall is the work of a fabulous creative team, many of which I’m proud to say are highly recommended members of our fabulous Pasties & Petticoats Wedding Collective!
A big thank you to the lovely Arianna for sharing these stunning images with us…
(as always, the full list of suppliers with links is at the end of the post)
This started life as a simple bridal beauty shoot to showcase some incredible feminine boho bridal hairstyles created by HairbyEmmac, using gorgeous Blushing Flamingos accessories, coupled with some stunning bridal makeup by the supremely talented Amy Pike.
However, as soon as we found out that elopement venue BoHo Cornwall were prepared to let us shoot there we knew we had to capture some of the romance and excitement that runs through the heart of the place.
BoHo Cornwall is a dreamy hideaway in the wilds of West Cornwall, specialising in luxury stay elopements for couples. They have created an intensely personal and elegant elopement experience in their 100 year old country house, in a tranquil countryside setting, with wonderful ocean views. With only one wedding on any day, the focus is totally on the couple. Maya and Tom take care of all the details and host your wedding with warmth and sensitivity, creating a truly romantic and stress free wedding – a magical romantic escape!
We decided to tell the story of that electrically intense anticipation of a bride as she gets ready on the morning of her wedding. As well as lending us on of her beautiful gowns, Ailsa Munro also provided some of her luxurious silk bridal lingerie for that authentic bridal prep feel and Lin from Sweet Pea Floral Studio created a stunning bouquet with a palette of pastels and nudes.
We were also lucky enough to have some beautiful confetti from Keslowena to sprinkle generously throughout the shoot. We used the Joy confetti mix, which contains white & pink delphinium, lavender, lady’s mantle and yarrow. Overall this mix represents protection, playfulness, love and good luck. Yarrow was traditionally carried by Cornish bridesmaids to bring good luck to the happy couple.
Arianna Fenton Photography
Amy Pike Make Up Artist
Gown & Lingerie
Sweet Pea Floral Studio
Sarah Ashley Whitby