Laura and Tim were married on 23 September 2021 at Houchins. They chose classic whites with soft grey tones for their flowers, with Laura's bouquet a mix of roses, dahlias, astilbe, astrantia, ammi and a selection of different soft grey foliages.
The six bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Laura's bouquet, with trailing grey ribbons.
Ready for delivery!
I also wired and taped up some little sprigs of gyp for the bridesmaids' hair.
Tim's buttonhole featured a single spray rose, some astrantia and a selection of foliages.
The other men wore similar buttonholes, without the astrantia. They were all finished with grey ribbon to match the bouquets.
Delivered at the venue.
The ceremony area was framed with a simple entrance garland of gyp and foliage which was later used on the top table.
A mid sized long and low decorated the ceremony table - this was also later moved to the top table.
On the end of the chairs I tied posies of gypsophila and eucalyptus, with a grey bow to match the bouquets.
The tables were a mix of beautiful lanterns surrounded by flowers, and vases for the bridesmaid bouquets.
We worked with Lottie and Jakes on the stunning wedding cake which we decorated with simple foliage - with those delicious drips it really didn't need any more!
The beautiful pro photos were shot by Big Fish Photography.
I hope Laura and Tim had a wonderful day!
Lyndsey and Matthew were married on 18 September 2021 at the church in Dedham, with their reception to follow at Le Talbooth. They chose beautiful blues, pinks and whites for their flowers, which included roses, delphinium and lisianthus. Lyndsey's bouquet was finished with trailing satin ribbons in shades of ivory and blush pink.
The three bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets with all of the same flowers.
I dropped off the bouquets and parent's flowers at the bride's parent's house.
Matt's buttonhole featured pink and white spray roses with delphinium and a selection of foliages. The groomsmen, dads and mums all wore the same design.
At the church we attached flowers to alternate pews down the aisle. It was such a big and stunning church, with additional flowers being set up by the church committee for the upcoming harvest festival.
At the venue we designed a long and low for the top table, with a mix of tall and low centrepieces for the guest tables.
The tall tables were designed onto our conical glass vases, with a beautiful arrangement to match the rest of the wedding which could be taken home by guests at the end of the night.
The lower arrangements were designed into my glass footed bowls, again designed in such a way that they could be taken home by guests.
We also created a couple of thank you bouquets for the mums.
A few beautiful previews by The Unscripted - the happiness just radiates from this gorgeous couple!
I hope Lyndsey and Matthew had a wonderful day!
Georgia and Martin were married on 11 September 2021 at Houchins. After several venue, date and vision changes they chose beautiful neutrals for their flowers, with 'quicksand' roses, pampas grass and other dried materials. That cafe-au-lait dahlia was cut from the garden - how stunning is it!!
The four bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets, finished with trailing green ribbons.
For the two flower girls I made foliage circlets with dried flowers dotted throughout.
Ready for delivery!
Martin and his groomsmen wore buttonholes with a lisianthus bloom, dried materials and a selection of foliage.
Delivered to the venue!
The venue looked lovely set out with banquet tables with soft ruscus running along the full length and sprigs of gyp dotted throughout. They had a sweetheart top table and a couple of extra round tables up on the balcony. The groom works with concrete so he made the table numbers and candle plates himself - very clever!
We also filled a couple of buckets with mixed rose petal and eucalyptus leaf confetti.
A beautiful little preview from Kerrie Mitchell Photography.
I hope Georgia and Martin had a wonderful day!
Alice and Joe were married on 9 September 2021 at the church in Great Braxted, with their reception to follow at Braxted Park. They chose classic all whites for their flowers with beautiful greenery, with roses, stocks, veronica, eucalyptus and senecio, with homegrown dahlias, ammi and cosmos in Alice's bouquet,
The four bridesmaids carried a smaller version of the same flowers.
Joe wore a large white rose in his buttonhole, with a selection of different foliages.
The other men wore smaller versions with a spray rose - classic and elegant.
Delivered to the venue!
I loved decorating the entrance arch at the church, it made for a stunning entrance and beautiful photos of the happy couple - keep scrolling to see. I took my freelancer Amy with me to create this but apparently my ladder wasn't tall enough but luckily I was able to borrow one from the verger Mike! This is the church where my mum is buried so it was lovely to be able to work there on a wedding.
Inside we tied flowers onto the end of the pews, with ribbons cascading to the floor.
We also provided fresh rose petal confetti for the guests to throw.
Over at the venue we decorated the welcome sign and table plan with fresh flowers.
On the top table we laid a garland of eucalyptus with roses, dahlias and other white flowers dotted throughout.
For the centrepieces we created a foliage heavy display surrounding a glass hurricane vase, which were designed for the guests to be able to take home at the end of the night.
I also hand-wrote all the place settings which were attached to little sprigs of eucalyptus - the whole table set up looked stunning.
I love these shots by Joseph Kinerman - just gorgeous!
I hope Alice and Joe had a lovely day!
Coleen and John were married on 5 September 2021 at Fennes. They chose pretty pinks and whites for their flowers, with a gorgeous selection for the bridal bouquet including roses, astrantia, astilbe, dahlias, phlox and eucalyptus.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of gypsophila and roses - so delicate and pretty!
The flower girls carried heart shaped wands of gypsophila.
John wore a rose buttonhole with astilbe, gypsophila and eucalyptus.
The other men wore similar buttonholes, without the astilbe, with larger pin corsages for the ladies.
Delivered to the venue!
The ceremony and reception were all held in the same room - the large marquee at Fennes. With a mix of grey and pink chair bows the gypsophila added a delicate extra touch on alternate chairs.
We created a large long and low for the top table, which was set up in a loose horseshoe shape. We also hired some vases for the bridesmaid bouquets to be placed into as additional decor.
The venue looked stunning all set up with a mix of low and high centrepieces.
The tall centrepieces were on our conical glass vases, with large hydrangeas and a beautiful mix of other blooms.
The lower centrepieces were a trio of glass vases, each with a single pink rose and gorgeous glass pebbles - simple yet elegant.
We also placed a single yellow vase in memory of the bride's late grandfather - a lovely tribute.
For the cake we made a small cake topper - the cake was a single tier by Luca's Cakes, with a selection of cupcakes making up the rest of the display. Beautiful!
A trio of thank you bouquets finished everything off.
A little preview of the happy couple!
I hope Coleen and John had a wonderful day!