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A woodland wedding

The truly enchanting Boconnoc Estate, just outside Lostwithiel, makes for a very natural, historic setting for a Cornish wedding.

When Emily was invited to advise on jewellery styling for a photoshoot at the estate, she was delighted to be involved. The stunning photography and video below are just a taste of some of the beautiful resulting images from the woodland wedding shoot.  


Dresses by The Bridal House of Cornwall

Imagine sitting down to this pretty feast amongst the trees.The tempting sweet treats and pretty grazing platter were supplied by the Cornish Grazing Co and Edible Essence.

The groom is wearing Emily's Cockle medium wedding ring in 18 carat yellow gold and Emily's delicate holdfast diamond pendant was perfect for the bride's natural styling.

Shown here are Emily's Corallina gold and diamond engagement ring and the gorgeously textured Rock wide flat ring in 18ct gold, which makes a classic men's wedding band. 

Emily's pretty gold and diamond seaweed earrings looked simply stunning, and we loved the bride's gorgeously tousled plait by Ro Hair. 

Thank you for inviting us to be part of this romantic shoot, Jenny Wren wedding planning and for the gorgeous photographs by Debs Alexander and video by Baxter and Ted Films. 

Editorial and more beautiful photographs from the day can be seen on the blog Whimsical Wonderland Weddings. 

'A woodland wedding' written by Chloe Wild



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