Carlina and Logan were married on 14 April 2022 at The Old Parish Rooms. To match their taupe colour scheme we used soft peach, champagne and ivory toned flowers, with dried pampas grass and bunny tails and lots of lovely foliage. The couple did their own flowers for the venue so I just provided the bridal flowers.
Carlina's bouquet was so pretty, with the softest colours and textures and bound in taupe ribbon.
The three adult bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, with trailing taupe and ivory ribbons.
The two junior bridesmaids carried little hoops with a cluster of flowers and trailing ribbons - so sweet!
There was also a little flower girl who had an adorable wand with flowers to match the bouquets.
All boxed up ready for delivery!
Logan's buttonhole featured a quicksand rose, white spray rose, dried materials and fresh foliage - a perfect little grouping to compliment the bridal bouquet.
The other men wore smaller buttonholes without the main focal rose, but with everything else the same.
For the ladies there were wrist corsages on ribbon, with all white flowers, dried materials and some greenery.
Pro photos courtesy of Pure Image Photography.
I hope Carlina and Logan had a wonderful day!
Danielle and Philip were married on 9 April 2022 at The Tudor Barn, Belstead. They chose pretty pinks and whites for their flowers, with just a touch of peach. I used roses, spray roses, stocks, astilbe, gyp, ranunculus and eucalyptus. Danielle's beautiful bouquet was finished with simple ivory ribbon.
The four bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Danielle's bouquet, also finished with ivory ribbon kept neat to the stems.
Philip's buttonhole was a grouping of small flowers to compliment the bridal bouquet - pink and peach spray roses with gypsophila and eucalyptus. The other men wore smaller buttonholes of a pink spray roses with gyp and foliage.
For the ladies we made wrist corsages on ribbon, with flowers to match the rest of the arrangements.
I'd never been to The Tudor Barn before but it is a lovely venue - the beams in the ceremony room were beautiful and mean you don't really need to add too much decoration to this area.
We also decorated the staircase that leads up from the reception area to the ceremony room - we wound simple garlands of eucalyptus around the bannister, which looked stunning but still left access to the handrail.
Danielle and Philip did their own centrepieces but we dressed the top table with mixed bud vases, all provided by the bride and groom, with eucalyptus trailing between them for a complete design.
Such a stunning venue!
The cake was provided by the bride's stepsister, who runs Cakes from Rachel, and we provided individual flowers and sprigs of foliage for decorating. We always wire and tape each stem - the wire allows you to manipulate the flower and the tape stops the stem from touching the cake so as to keep it food safe.
A few little previews of the big day from the insanely talented Elizabeth Jayne Photography - just beautiful!
I hope Danielle and Philip had a wonderful day!
Victoria and Adam were married on 4 April 2022 at Gaynes Park. They chose blues, lilacs and whites for their flowers, which included roses, delphinium, lisianthus, astilbe and gypsophila, with eucalyptus for the foliages.
Victoria's bouquets was beautiful - loose and natural but not wild in design, with a beautiful selection of blooms and greenery.
The three adult bridesmaids and one junior bridesmaid carried smaller versions, all bound with ivory satin.
Adam's buttonhole was a pretty mix of the three colours of the wedding, with a white spray rose, lilac lisianthus and blue delphinium bloom, with gyp and some foliage. The other men's buttonholes were all the same, with ivory ribbon to match the bouquets.
We decorated the orangery at Gaynes Park with a beautiful garland wound round the beams, with flowers matching the rest of the wedding dotted throughout. There was then a long and low along the table, which later moved to the top table, and bud vases along the back wall which were borrowed from one of the centrepieces. A few rose petals scattered along the ledge finished off the look perfectly.
The venue looked beautiful all set up - the barn is so lovely on its own that you don't really need to do too much on the tables for it still to look fabulous.
The long and low adorned the front of the round top table.
The guest tables each had six bud vases in the centre, each with a few blooms in the colours of the wedding. Rose petals were then scattered amongst them to finish off the look. This kind of centrepiece is great, as although the vases were all hired, you have ready made little posies which you can gift to your guests at the end of the night!
I hope Victoria and Adam had a wonderful day!