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Wedding Planner Cambridgeshire shares An Autumnal Inspiration at the Orchard

Updated: Apr 5, 2021

The Orchards at Chesfield, Hertfordshire - rustic 16th century ruins, which provide a stunning backdrop for an outdoor, autumnal wedding.

Kim Sandford, shoot co-ordinator of this beautiful boho shoot, which shows off autumnal colours through oranges and red tones, sharing ideas and inspiration for couples who are planning an autumnal wedding.

Read more for this beautiful shoot with some very talented suppliers!!

- Bringing you an autumnal shoot in the great outdoors.

How to create this look

- Focus on the little details, the candles, the table chargers, the colours

- Make sure the colour palette matches each aspect involved


Focusing on three aspects - the table set up by the ruins, an open tent within the orchards and a cake table with a macrame backdrop, truly adding to the boho, outdoor vibe which is definitely going to be a trend for 2021. Styling to perfection by Alice from Fleur de Lace.


The bouquet had warm toned blooms and mixed foliage, with gold throughout and having ribbons trailing.

For one bride creating a soft romantic hairstyle which was a textured bun, giving a free, relaxed boho vibe. Brides seem to be opting for more of a simple, yet laid back hairstyle. This hairstyle was finished off with beautiful accessories by Rachel Sokhal.

The second brides hair trails effortlessly down her back, in a half up, half down hairstyle, this is such a relaxed, yet stunning hairstyle. Also with Rachels accessories completing the overall feel and look.

Michelle used beautiful warm tones of orange & gold sparkles which works perfectly for an autumnal wedding, giving them the chance to have bronzed powder as a warm eyeshadow and gold glitter on the top of the lid. Finished off with a nude lip, and light pink on the check to keep the make up fresh and bridal.


As shown below, Soil and Soul used the autumnal boho feel to create the stationery, by using cotton rag paper to achieve rough yet soft lines for the place cards, working well with the autumnal background of the oranges, burgundy’s and light browns. The stationery was completed with golden palm leafs, painted pumpkins and burnt orange linens by Fleur de Lace.

CAKE – Erzulie Cakes

Nina opted for a soft, subtle texture butter cream cake, which was dressed with a selection of autumnal foliage. The overall look was completed by a beautiful polished silver stand, with a stunning boho set up from Fleur de lace.

With love,

Beth and Amy xxx

Wedding Planners and Stylists

Written by Miss Carlysle and Co

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Hair accessories - @rachelsokhalbridal

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