Hannah and Curtis were married on 27 July 2018 at Vaulty Manor. They chose a super pretty colour palette of ivory and soft pink. and I used peonies, 'lovelace' roses, spray roses, astilbe, scabiosa, astrantia, ammi, gypsophila, kochia and eucalyptus.
Hannah's bouquet was so pretty, with delicate tones of pink and soft, frilly flowers.
Her bridesmaid carried a smaller version of her bouquet, with all the same flowers and matching ribbon trails in pink, ivory and lace.
All ready for delivery!
The men had delicate buttonholes in all white flowers, featuring a spray rose, astrantia, gypsophila, kochia and eucalyptus. The groom had a pink spray rose and a little sprig of astilbe in his so it stood out from the other buttonholes.
Each of the buttonholes was delivered in a small glass vase, as with the heatwave we're currently going through it's too hot to leave them out of water! There were also three ladies wrist corsages of spray roses, gyp and astrantia on pearl beaded bracelets.
Finally I arranged some flowers which were later added onto the wedding cake.
Here's a little sneak peek from the professional photographer, Avanti Photographics.
Wishing a very happy future to this lovely couple 💗