Jodi and Tom were married on 20 August 2017 at Maison Talbooth in Dedham. They went for a lovely lilac, purple and ivory colour scheme for their flowers, which included roses, spray roses, veronica, hypericum, ammi, flowering mint, lavender, eryngium, eucalyptus, rosemary, olive and succulents.
Jodi's bouquet was stunning - in a loose, natural style with a small amount of trailing foliage coming down the front which was complemented with beautiful ivory satin ribbon.
Designing the buttonholes and corsages for this wedding was so much fun - there were 18 of them and each was made with a slightly different combination of flowers. I used the same flowers throughout, with a white rose or spray rose and a bit of lavender in each for consistency, but with different complimentary flowers and different foliages.
The ceremony and reception was simple but beautiful - mixed and lavender jam jars on the ceremony tables and arrangements in a gold geometric vessel for the centrepieces. The lavender and foliages used added an amazing scent to the designs and everything looked so, so pretty.
Here's a sneak peak at some of the beautiful professional photos by Kissing the Bride:
Claire and Mike were married on 18 August 2017 at the beautiful Crabbs Barn. They had a gorgeous selection of lilac and white flowers, with grey toned foliages. I used the stunning 'Juwena' rose, with other roses, spray roses, veronica, astilbe, astrantia, flowering mint, limonium, lavender, scabious and eryngium.
I made Claire's bouquet, as well as bouquets for the two bridesmaids. They also had a number of buttonholes. I had great fun with the table arrangements - they consisted of little cube vases with a posy arrangement of flowers in them, with a scattering of glass pebbles on the bottom of the vase and the best bit - underwater fairy lights floating in the water. You can't see them that well in my photos so I'm hoping when the rest of the professional photos come out she's managed to capture the vases all lit up! You can see a few of the photos a little further down this post, but none of the table flowers just yet. I get so impatient waiting for the professional photos and it's not even my wedding!! So I can definitely imagine how the couple themselves feel while waiting for them.
How stunning was their cake!!
The absolutely gorgeous professional shots were by the super talented Sophie Oldhamstead Photography - she has captured this lovely couple (and my flowers of course!) so beautifully.
Amber and Tom were my second couple who got married on 11 August 2017. This lovely couple were married at Stoke by Nayland hotel golf and spa, and held their wedding breakfast in the prettiest room. The flowers were a lovely combination of pink, blue and white, with roses, spray roses, freesia, delphiniums, gypsophila and eucalyptus. I particularly loved the spray rose and gyp wrist corsage - I didn't want to hand it over!
Amber and Tom had a personalised wooden box for their ceremony/top table arrangement, which looked fab with all the flowers in it. They then went for jugs of mixed flowers for the tables sitting on log slices, and some cute little bunches for the cake.
I just love this shot of the cake with the giant love letters in the background!
It's so lovely when my couples want to say thank you to some of their special guests with flowers, and Amber and Tom were no different. So pretty :)
Amber and Tom's photographer was Rebecca Prigmore Photography, here's a look at some of the gorgeous images: