After months of (seemingly unending) lockdown, this week I was FINALLY able to dust off my camera & work on a styled shoot which has been many months in the making and planning.

Set in the beautiful new modern orangery at Baddow Park House and working with an amazing group of suppliers, we set about creating a modern take on the classic bohemian theme. Drawing inspiration from the woodlands and gardens that surround this traditional country house venue, we focussed on a neutral palette with pink and clay tones, incorporating a variety of textures for a natural, timeless aesthetic.

Adeela from Fauxevermore is a leader in the field of faux floristry and worked to create arrangements that encapsulated the boho luxe theme. “I wanted to use neutral, earthy tones for the flowers with attention to texture and shade. I used high quality faux flowers and artificial foliage in various complimentary shades. I specifically chose flowers to add interest, such as orchids and dried products for additional texture.” These perfectly complimented our selection of dresses from Erin Kelly Bridal which featured nude, blush and grey undertones and details such as soft layers, lace overlays and puddle trains.


Crisp, fresh linens from CMA with pampas grass as centrepieces added to the organic feel, with similar elements included in the beautiful cake supplied by Sweet Peas Cake Boutique and the stationery from Polly Pickle Design. The combination of classic and modern seating, and the juxtaposition of traditional floral backdrops and neon signs from Fox and Braces, combined to create a visual collaboration between the classic and contemporary.

The result?

A beautiful shoot which showcases a timeless, classy palette whilst remaining current and on trend. A massive thank you to all the wonderful suppliers who helped bring this concept to life. We hope you draw lots of inspiration from it.

I am so proud to be the recommended photographer at Baddow Park.

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