Aimee and Martin were married on 10 May 2019 at the Fennes. They went for a pretty colour scheme of pink, pastel blue and white, with grasses and ferns to compliment the rest of their wildflower/woodland theme. Aimee's bouquet was a pretty mix of everything and was finished with trailing ribbons including lace and different shades of satin - ivory, grey and pink.
Aimee's maid of honour had a smaller version of her bouquet but the other bridesmaids wore wrist corsages, arranged onto pearl beaded bracelets.
Their flower girl carried a cute little wand, with a mix of white and pink flowers and foliages and finished with trailing ribbons to match the bouquets.
Martin's buttonhole was also a mix of all colours, with the other men all wearing a slightly different combination of white flowers and foliages.
At the venue Aimee and Martin went for a large 'long and low' design to use on their ceremony table, which would later be moved over to their top table.
I just loved the hoop design for the table centrepieces, they would have looked so effective once all the tables were set up properly. They use the same room for the ceremony and the wedding breakfast at Fennes so the tables are firstly tucked away at the back behind a curtain and later moved out while the guests are having a drink. This makes it hard to appreciate and photograph the table designs properly, especially as the lighting in this space isn't very good (it later turns into the dancefloor, hence the black walls and glitter ball!) But hopefully you can get an idea of how the tables would have looked.
This wedding featured the most gift bouquets I've ever made for a single wedding - all five of them! Aimee and Martin must have had some very helpful family and friends all deserving of a special thank you!
Here's a little preview of the professional shots by Sally Rawlins Photography.
Congratulations to the happy couple! 💗💙