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An Autumnal Boho inspired Elopement in the South West


I am in LOVE with the colour palette for this uplifting elopement shoot sent into us here at The Boho Bride Guide by Kera Parkinson of Kera Jay Weddings, a wedding planner and event hire company that loves all things boho styling.
 

Kera worked with Shelley Hartley, a fellow wedding stylist to create the concept for this shoot and pulled together a fabulous team of independent small business wedding suppliers from across Cornwall that have a passion for creating bohemian inspired wedding days.

  

 
 
 
Shoot Inspiration:
The inspiration for the day was taken from the forthcoming change in seasons as we journey closer to the Autumnal Equinox on 22nd September 2020 and to provide intimate wedding inspiration to couples on their wedding planning journey.
 
 
  
 
The Ceremony
Now when we talk ‘boho inspired’ weddings, the scenery wouldn’t be complete without a macramé installation or 2! and Paulina from P.Line.Art did not disappoint! Look at this stunning full length ceremony macramé backdrop that effortlessly creates a tranquil space to declare your love for one another in front of close family and friends.
 
  
 
 
Wedding Flower Inspiration
Kirsty from Escential Blooms worked her magic to create an organic mixed greenery and floral runner to decorate the celebration table to accent the earthy and organic colour palette styling. The bridal bouquet was big and bountiful and followed on the bohemian, free spirited theme using Ruscus and Eucalyptus as the greenery backdrop, then filled full of Roses, Spray Roses, Chrysanthemum Blooms, Pampas Grass and Opuntia Microdasys (Bunny Ears), all tied together with an uber stylish macramé wrap created by Paulina from P.Line.Art.
 
  
 
  
 
 
 
The Bridal Dress
The bride wore a gorgeous reloved bridal dress from Tavistock Bridal Reloved. Bridal Reloved is the world’s only chain of award winning bridal boutiques specialising in sample and pre-owned high end designer wedding dresses. Buying a reloved dress for your big day is now easier than ever and a great opportunity for ‘bride’s to be’ to drop the environmental impact dramatically. As one wedding dress uses on average 9000 litres of water to make, buying from a Bridal Reloved Boutique, you are not only getting a massive selection of luxury wedding dress brands, you are reducing your impact on the planet. Go and visit Kate, owner of Tavistock Bridal Reloved to find out more today.
 
 
 
The Wedding Cake
Gemma, a qualified patisserie chef and owner of White Peony Cake Company created a wedding cake of autumnal dreams. Each of the 4 tiers varied in depth to give a sense of grandeur, finished off with a burnt orange ombre sugar paste finish and metallic detailing, all stood proudly on a geometric metal frame. And what about those sugar flowers!! Stunning!! Each petal was individually crafted to perfection to create those sensational blooms that complete this edible delight, and to top it off the sugar flowers can be kept as a keepsakefrom your big day.
 
  
 
 
 
Bohemian Weding Stationery & Signs
The beautifully hand painted acrylic Mr and Mrs sign made was designed and created by Scarlet from Scarlet Jade Designs, as well as the welcome signage and wedding stationery, all of which, accents the tones of the wedding colour palette perfectly.
 
  
 
  
 
The Groom's Suit
The groom looks sensational in his bespoke 3 piece made to measure suit from Zebel Bespoke in Exeter. Zebel Bespoke prides themselves on refining the bespoke tailoring experience for ‘grooms to be’, and offers packages to streamline the suit purchase selection. Their service only requires two appointments, the initial measurement and the second and final fitting to ensure you are happy with the feel of your garments. You then have a perfectly personalised suit to your exacting requirements to enjoy on your wedding day and beyond.
 
  
 
Entertainment - The Fun Bus
Now it’s time for the fun to begin!! Introducing Rosie a classic cream and lipstick red 1970’s Bay VW Campervan, ready to serve your every party need! Rosie's interior has been transformed into a high quality photo booth, cake bar, mini bar and glitter bar ready for you and your guests to get your sparkle on! 
 
  
 
    
 
In total they have 3 vintage Bay Campervans, Bertie, Lottie and Rosie as well as a Clemintine Orange 1970's VW Beetle named Betsy, who can be hired as Wedding transport a glitter bar and photobooth. If you are looking for a little extra funsies and are also planning to serve drinks to your guests on arrival or throughout the evening, Lottie their vintage cream Camperbooth has all of the above plus a vintage mobile bar!
 
Co Owners dad and daughter team, Naomi and Andrew have run Vintage Camperbooths together for the past 7 years. Naomi has a background in events management and dad Andrew has a love for vintage vehicles, so a match made in heaven! Together they have a passion for creating a delightful service that you and your guests can enjoy all night long.
 
 
 
 
 
Wedding Photography & Videography 
Amie Raw Photography is a wedding photographer currently based in Cornwall, Amie takes a relaxed, natural approach to her work, capturing nothing but laughter and happiness. 
 
Chris from Maven Visuals Wedding Films is a videographer based in Devon and specialises in carefully crafting a cinematic experience of treasured memories from your big day that will stay with you through lifes journey together.
 
 

Lot's of Love, 

Jen

 
 
The team of suppliers involved on this shoot:
 
Kera Jay Weddings - Planning
Kera Jay Weddings & Shelley Hartley  - Styling
Escential Blooms - Florals 
P Line Art - Macrame
Maven Visuals Wedding Films - Videographer
Amie Raw Photography & Katie Cornford - Photographers
?Scarlett Jade Design - Stationery & Signs 
Jade Bain & JoshWa Andrew Mcconaghy - Models
White Peony Cake Co - Cake
Tavistock Bridal Reloved - Bridal Dress
Zebel Bespoke - Groom's Suit
Vintage Camper Booths - Vintage Camper Photobooth & Fun Bus
Emmas Attic Store - Napkins
 
 
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ON 27th December 2021 / BY Jenny Maynard

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