Embracing femininity with an intimate and empowering bridal boudoir styled photoshoot. A sexy and sensual milk bath in the luxurious surroundings of Dorfold Hall, a Jacobean house is steeped and was originally built for James I to visit in the 17th Century.
Bouvardia is named after Charlies Bouvard, the personal physician to Louis XIII and the head of the Jardin du Roi in Paris. This stunning origami looking flower grown by Vrekeen Bouvardia in Holland. We chose to use ’Royal Sweet Roza’ and ‘Diamond Sparkles’ for a soft, dappled, and dreamy romantic lush floral styling to be the leading lady supported by delicate Peonies and roses.
Vreeken Bouvardia – Royal Sweet Roza & Diamond Sparkles
My Peony – Double Bowl of Cream & Double Gardenia
Meijer Roses – Avalanche White Label
Van Aert Flowers – Astilbe Europa
Kwekerij JCM Mulder – Asparagus Setaceus Long
soft romantic glamour with lots of delicious natural light
Capturing a sense of grandeur, lushness and magic with the floating greenery of the Asparagus fern providing a romantic lightness. It offered a beautiful backdrop to showcase the delicate flower clusters of the Bouvardia along with the other stunning blooms. All these floral delights reflect the quintessential English romance perfect for this house nestled in the Cheshire countryside.