Claire and Lloyd were married on 17 July 2021 at Copdock Hall. They chose all white for their flowers, incorporating roses, peonies, astilbe and sweet peas - it smelt divine!
Claire's four bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bouquet, finished with ivory satin ribbon.
We also designed wands for the flower girl and page boy to carry, with a selection of flowers to compliment the bouquets and finished with trailing ribbon.
All ready for delivery!
Lloyd wore a rose, astilbe and foliage in his buttonhole. His groomsmen wore smaller versions with spray roses, with a larger mix for the ladies corsages.
It's great when a couple can make light of what has been a difficult year, as demonstrated here in the welcome sign! We decorated it with a simple foliage garland draped over the top.
Due to restrictions on numbers in the church, Claire and Lloyd held a blessing outdoors in front of the vineyard, which we decorated with milk churns, jam jars and lanterns, which were hung from shepherds crooks lining the aisle. The setting was so beautiful already with the rose arches that it didn't need much to dress it up.
Following the blessing the bride and groom led a few close friends and family into the church on the same grounds as Copdock Hall, where they held their legal ceremony. We decorated the pews with simple posies of flowers, which were later moved over to make up some of the centrepieces.
There were 13 guest tables to decorate at the venue. All of these incorporated loose foliage and flowers, but with various different centrepieces. Some of the tables featured three mason jars which some of the pew ends were moved into, with foliage around the outside. The top table featured this design, so to dress it up more we added in some extra roses and sprigs of gypsophila.
The second design incorporated a trio of cylindrical vases, each with a pillar candle inside.
The third and final design featured a lantern, the same ones we hung from shepherd crooks down the aisle.
We also dotted bud vases around the venue - on the cake table and on the gift table.
A few photos of the happy couple courtesy of the bride's instagram - they look so happy!
I hope Claire and Lloyd had a wonderful day!
Steph and Jon were married on 16 July 2021 at Little Channels at the Channels Estate 💙💗 They went for beautiful blues and pinks, with the most perfect delphiniums, roses, astilbe and gypsophila, with gorgeous greenery.
Steph just had the one bridesmaid, who carried a smaller version of her bouquet.
There were also two little flower girls who carried wands in the colours of the wedding, with trailing ivory ribbon to finish.
Ready for delivery!
The mens' buttonholes and ladies' corsages all had a pink spray rose with delphinium, gypsophila and eucalyptus, finished with ivory ribbon.
At the venue we created a luscious foliage garland to decorate the ceremony table, with lanterns either end. The chairs were decorated with posies of flowers and foliage, tied on with ivory ribbon and finished with a bow. The beautiful chair sashes were by Occasions Covered.
The top table was to have the garland moved over from the ceremony room, with additional foliage all the way along and more lanterns which I bet looked beautiful when all lit up in the evening.
The guest tables also had candles in the centre, this time in glass vases, with foliage and loose flowers to decorate around the outside.
A couple of thank you bouquets for the mums finished everything off.
The fabulous pro photos are courtesy of Lisa and Neil - it looks like such a fun day!
Congratulations to Steph and Jon ☺️
Clare and Tom were married on 10 July 2021 at Haughley Park. They chose a beautiful colour scheme of pink, coral and white for their flowers, and I used a mixture of peonies, roses, astilbe, waxflower and pepperberries. The foliages included eucalyptus, soft ruscus and jasmine.
Clare's bouquet was finished with trailing silk ribbon, with rustic hessian for the other finishing touches.
The three bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets to compliment the bride's.
Groom Tom wore a buttonhole of a rose, pepperberries and foliage. Tom is a farmer so he requested for his buttonhole to be designed into a shotgun cartridge, which I added in on the morning of the wedding.
Tom's groomsmen wore smaller buttonholes to compliment.
The bride's mum wore a wrist corsage with flowers to compliment the rest of the wedding.
Clare and Tom got married in their local church. We decorated this with flowers and candles, with large pillar candles down the aisle (these would later become part of the centrepieces), pew ends and a fabulous long and low at the front (which was later moved to the top table).
We also decorated the venue, with garlands on signage and 13 tables adorned with a ring of flowers, which would later have the candles moved over from the church and placed in the centre. My partner's mum was a guest at the wedding and was thrilled to be able to take one of the centrepieces home!
Additional decor at the venue was provided by Ambience Venue Styling, with gorgeous gold lanterns and simple greenery.
A little preview courtesy of the bride - how stunning does she look!
I hope Clare and Tom had an amazing day!
Sam and Zoe were married on 28 June 2021 at Parklands Quendon Hall. It was an honour to be able to create two beautiful bridal bouquets - Sam and Zoe wanted the same flowers but I used more white flowers for Sam and more pink flowers for Zoe.
Their 14(!) bridesmaids each carried a single rose, white for the adults and pink for the children.
The buttonholes were designed to compliment the bridesmaid roses - white for the adults and pink for the children.
A pretty long and low arrangement set off the ceremony area perfectly.
The happy couple!
I hope Sam and Zoe had a wonderful day!