Rhiannon and Zach were married on 2 June 2022 at Gaynes Park. They went for pretty pinks and whites with just a hint of pastel blue for their flowers, which included roses, astilbe, delphinium and sweet peas. Rhiannon's bouquet was finished with ivory ribbon kept neat to the stems.
There were just two bridesmaids, who carried smaller versions of the bride's bouquet.
There were a couple of little wands for the flower girls.
All packaged up and delivered!
Zach wore a dainty buttonhole with a white and pink spray rose, blue delphinium and some foliage. The other men wore smaller versions with just a single white spray rose, delphinium and foliage.
For the mums we made wrist corsages, on pearl beaded bracelets and with a little grouping of flowers to match the rest of the wedding.
Delivered to the venue.
We decorated the welcome sign at the entrance to the orangery, with a garland and flowers dotted throughout.
The order of the day was decorated in a similar way.
The ceremony looked so pretty once set up, with a long and low arrangement on the ceremony table and small posies of flowers on the end of the chairs.
The seating plan was also placed in the orangery - this was supposed to have a garland of flowers along the top but as with another recent wedding unfortunately it wasn't sturdy enough to support the weight, so I designed a meadow style arrangement at the base, to one side, instead. To balance this out I added some lightweight foliage to the other side, at the top.
The long and low was later moved over and placed on the top table.
The tables complimented the rustic feel of the venue, with a log slice base, bud vases and tealights on gold votives. All of the sundry items were hired, but when I collected them at the end of the night the bride was handing out the little posies of flowers to her guests which I think is just lovely.
The gorgeous cake was by Pinkface and we provided individually taped flowers for Vicki to decorate it with.
Just a little preview of the happy couple, courtesy of Sophie Oldhamstead Photography
I hope Rhiannon and Zach had a lovely day!
Danielle and Harry were married on 26 May 2022 at Millbridge Court. They chose classic all whites and greens for their flowers, which included roses, astrantia, astilbe and scented sweet peas (homegrown of course!) Danielle's bouquet was finished with trails of ivory satin ribbon.
The six bridesmaids all carried smaller versions of Danielle's bouquet, also all finished with trailing ribbon.
Little wands for the flower girls - how cute!
Harry wore a white rose buttonhole with some foliage.
The other men wore smaller buttonholes with a single spray rose and foliage.
It was a bit of a trek to the venue, even though I left the studio at 6.30am! But Millbridge Court is a beautiful venue and I was excited at the prospect of working somewhere different.
Firstly I decorated the welcome sign which the groom had made out of copper piping. Unfortunately the frame wasn't very study and couldn't support the weight of the flowers along the top so I adjusted the design and made meadow style arrangements at the base instead. I actually loved this arrangement though, possibly more than the original design!
The ceremony area was just beautiful so we went for minimal decoration here - the groom also made these amazing plinths (which thankfully were sturdy!) and I had made a couple of urn arrangements which sat on top.
The reception area looked beautiful all set up - classic whites and greens, with candles on the tables and loose foliages and flowers. The top table featured a garland along the full length with flowers dotted throughout, and glass vases with floating candles.
We decorated another frame for the seating plan with similar meadow style arrangements.
The cake was simple white icing, so we dressed this with roses and greenery.
A couple of thank you bouquets for the mums.
The beautiful pro photos are by Sophie Duckworth Photography.
I hope Danielle and Harry had a lovely day!