Amy and Darryl were married on 26 May 2019 at The Compasses at Pattiswick. They chose white for their flowers, with a subtle amount of pastel pink and blue coming through and lots of lovely eucalyptus foliage. I used a mix of 'avalanche' roses, 'bombastic' and 'miss bombastic' spray roses, delphinium, sweet peas, spray dianthus and gypsophila.
The bridesmaid bouquets were all gypsophila with some eucalyptus around the edge. The smaller version for the little flower girl had a few pink spray roses mixed in with the gyp - it was such a cute bouquet!
The bouquets were all finished with beautiful silk ribbon from Little Acorn Silks - mint green for the bride and flower girl and ivory for the bridesmaids.
All ready for delivery and the bride's recipe list!
The groom's buttonhole featured flowers in all three colours of the wedding - pink and white spray roses and blue delphinium, with a little bit of eucalyptus to compliment. It also had a little bit of mint green silk ribbon to finish.
The men's buttonholes were designed to match the bridesmaid bouquets - just gypsophila and eucalyptus, with ivory satin ribbon to finish.
And not forgetting the ladies - the mums and the bride's two sisters-in-law had all white wrist corsages on a pearl beaded bracelet. Sometimes staying all white for ladies flowers is best as this won't clash with their outfits.
To finish off Amy ordered two gift bouquets to give as a thank you to the mums.
Here's a cute little photo of the newlyweds taken by a guest:
Congratulations to Amy and Darryl, I hope you had an amazing day! 💗💙