Sheree and Billy were married on 28 August 2021 at Apton Hall. They chose classic whites for their flowers, which included roses, astilbe and hydrangeas. Sheree's bouquet was beautiful, kept fairly neat with stunning blooms and mixed foliages.
Her 8(!) bridesmaids carried smaller versions, with a hydrangea taking centre stage in each bouquet.
The flower girls carried heart shaped wands of gypsophila, finished with trailing ivory ribbons.
Billy's buttonhole featured three lisianthus blooms with soft toned foliages.
The other men wore smaller buttonholes with single focal blooms.
At the venue we initially set up for an outdoor ceremony but the weather didn't cooperate as it was later moved inside! Unfortunately even in the peak of the summer this is always a possibility so Sheree was wise to choose freestanding arrangements in the form of these pedestals, as we'd also discussed decorating the gazebo. We also placed a long and low on the table, which was later moved over to the top table for the reception.
We also provided rose petal and eucalyptus leaf confetti which made for a stunning 'confetti shot' - scroll down to see it!
The venue looked stunning with the all white flowers and soft toned greens - the long and low was on the top table with vases for the bridesmaid bouquets to be placed into as additional decor. The centrepieces were glass footed bowls with a beautiful floral arrangement inside. These were designed in such a way that guests could take the flowers home with them at the end of the night.
We also provided flowers to decorate the absolutely perfect cake from Squidger and Watson, which were designed in an asymmetric style across the tiers. The fabulous balloon backdrop was from All Our Love Events.
The beautiful pro photos are by The Humble Photography Company - just look at that confetti shot!!
I hope Sheree and Billy had a wonderful day!
Courtnay and Scott were married on 28 August 2021 at Houchins. They chose classic whites for their flowers with an abundance of different foliages. Courtnay's bouquet was finished with soft grey satin ribbon.
I also provided individual lisianthus blooms and small sprigs of gyp for the bride's hair.
The four adult bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Courtnay's bouquet, with the junior bridesmaid carrying a smaller bouquet still.
There were five wrist corsages for other female guests, also on lengths of soft grey ribbon.
Scott wore a lisianthus, astilbe and mixed foliage buttonhole.
The other men wore smaller versions, also all finished with soft grey ribbon.
Delivered to the venue!
The ceremony area looked beautiful, with a soft ruscus foliage curtain and personalised box top table piece.
Due to timings on the day we had to set out the table centrepieces in the kitchen and couldn't complete the venue set up but I know the guys at Houchins made everything look beautiful for me! Courtnay and Scott provided their own lanterns, which we wrapped with a ring of flowers and lots of foliage.
There were also bud vases which were later dotted along the top table with the box and vases for the bouquets.
We hung foliage hoops on the back wall behind the top table, with a few flowers on the centre hoop.
And a couple of thank you bouquets for the mums!
The absolutely stunning pro photos come courtesy of Gemma Giorgio Photography.
I hope Courtnay and Scott had a wonderful day!
Esther and Ben-Thomas were married on 23 August 2021 at Gaynes Park. They chose pretty pinks and whites for their flowers, with lots of lovely foliages to go with them. Esther's bouquet was beautiful, finished with trailing satin ribbons.
Esther's two bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bouquet, but with all white flowers and no pink.
There was also a little wrist corsage for the flower girl, attached to a length of ribbon to match the bouquets.
Ben wore a double spray rose buttonhole with mixed greenery.
His groomsmen wore buttonholes of all foliage, which looked really lovely.
The decoration in the orangery was kept quite simple, with just a long and low placed on the table. This was later moved over to the top table for the wedding breakfast.
The venue looked lovely all set up, with simple candles in the centre of the tables which we dressed with flowers and foliages.
I don't know who the baker of the cake was as it was already set up when I got there, but I dressed the classic naked cake with groupings of flowers - a small one at the top, graduating to a large one at the bottom.
A few thank you bouquets rounded out the flowers.
A little preview of the happy couple!
I hope Esther and Ben had a wonderful day!