Aimie and Colin were married on 26 January 2019 at Hedingham Castle. They chose a classic white and green colour scheme with a few peacock feathers in the bridal bouquet which looked amazing. Designing a shower bouquet is always a little tricky as it's not so easy to hold in your hand and add the flowers in at the same time! I therefore used the box that I delivered the bouquet in to hold the foam holder in place, and had to put the box on the floor to design onto - on my workbench it was too high up and for a shower bouquet you need to be able to see the bouquet in full.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of all gypsophila, finished with natural jute ribbon wrapped round the handles and held in place with pearl headed pins.
At the venue I added some decor to the Banqueting Hall at the castle - this stunning venue doesn't need much in the way of decoration so sometimes it's better to keep things simple. Along the front of the ceremony table I created a garland of soft ruscus and ivy trails, with white flowers dotted throughout.
The reception set up in the Tapestry Room was equally as stunning, with elegant gold candlesticks and the same foliage and flower garlands running down the tables.
With tables set up in this banqueting style foliage runners are one of the best ways to decorate, they don't take up too much room and they ensure all of your guests have something pretty in front of them.
Wishing so much future happiness to this lovely couple 💚