Serena and Dan were married on 2 June 2018 at Crondon Park. They went for a natural, rustic, classic white for their bridal party flowers, with the addition of some special flowers for the venue - sunflowers, daisies, poppies and forget-me-nots.
Serena's bouquet was a pretty hand tied with lots of small and delicate flowers for different textures, finished with a simple ivory satin ribbon around the stems. The two bridesmaids had smaller versions of her bouquet and there were two sweet wands for the flower girls.
There were quite a few buttonholes and corsages in this wedding, in a mix of different combinations. The groom and his best man had the addition of a little forget-me-not; with the meaning of 'true and undying love' it's a perfect flower to use in weddings when it's in season!
We brought some colour into the venue flowers with the addition of sunflowers and oxypetalum. The ceremony table at Crondon is just gorgeous, so the five jam jars dotted along the front complimented it perfectly. These were later moved over to the top table which is a move I always recommend to my couples as a good way to make the most of their flowers.
Vintage birdcages on rustic log slices made up the centrepieces, which worked perfectly in the barn setting of the venue!
Here's a sneak peek of the professional photos by David Walker Photography:
Wishing all the happiness in the world to this lovely couple!