Louise and Kris were married on 25 October 2019 at Maidens Barn. They went for a pretty combination of blush pink and white flowers, with lots of lovely eucalyptus to compliment. The 'adore avalanche' roses in the bouquets were just stunning!
The single bridesmaid carried a smaller version of Louise's bouquet, with trailing ivory satin ribbons.
The groom's buttonhole was larger than that for the other men - two spray rose blooms with a selection of foliages.
The other men wore a single rose buttonhole with the same foliages, all finished with ivory satin ribbon.
There were also page boys and flower girls who wore mini buttonholes to compliment.
For the mums there were fancier corsages, with two spray roses, astilbe and gypsophila - so soft and pretty.
All individually named in their little jars - some delivered to the venue and the other's dropped off at the bride's house.
The ceremony room looked so pretty once all set up - with gyp and eucalyptus chair ends, lanterns down the aisle with eucalyptus leaves and rose petals scattered around the base.
There was also a statement long and low arrangement for the ceremony table - beautiful!
The chair ends were moved over to the tables after the ceremony, which also featured a log slice and a foliage garland. The bride and groom then finished them off with a cute little lantern and a mini easel with the table numbers on. The top table had a larger lantern at either end with a scattering of eucalyptus leaves and rose petals around the base. The long and low was also moved over to the centre of the top table.
Thank you bouquets!
The little page boys and flower girls also carried baskets of rose petals and eucalyptus leaves - I bet they looked so sweet!
The delicious looking cake was made by Lozzie Hakes Bakes and we decorated it with fresh flowers and foliage.
Here's a little photo of the happy couple provided by a guest, plus a few shots from the hair stylist of the bride and her girls with their pretty hair once dressed up with the flowers.
I hope Louise and Kris had a wonderful day! 💗
Jo and Dean were married on 19 October 2019 and held their reception at The Magic Mushroom in Billericay. They went for a gorgeous colour mix of peach, coral, blush pink and deep pink which looked beautiful in Jo's bouquet, which we finished with lace ribbon.
Jo had an adult bridesmaid who carried a smaller version of her bouquet and a junior bridesmaid who carried an even smaller version - so sweet!
Ready for delivery!
The groom's buttonhole featured a selection of flowers to compliment the bridal bouquet, also finished with lace ribbon to compliment the bouquets. The focal flower was a white rose, with lisianthus and hypericum berries.
The two men's buttonholes had a pink rose as their focal flower with the other blooms to match the groom.
The two ladies corsages featured peach and pink flowers to keep them different to the buttonholes.
In little vases, individually labelled, ready for delivery.
To decorate the venue I provided a mixed foliage garland and loose flowers for the table centrepiece, which was set up by the bridal party once at the venue.
I also supplied flowers for the beautiful cake which was created by Cake Lady McKie.
Thank you to bridesmaid Katie for sending over these lovely photos of the happy couple!
I hope Jo and Dean had a wonderful day! 💗🧡
Jade and Michael were married on 5 October 2019 at a church in Kelvedon with their reception held afterwards at Prested Hall. They went for a classic white and green look, with fabulous foliages offsetting the flowers. Jade's bouquet also featured succulents and was finished with trailing ivory satin ribbons.
Jade's five bridesmaids all carried smaller versions of her bouquet, finished with the same trailing ribbons.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
The groom's buttonhole featured a white spray rose with a small succulent and some foliage to compliment the bridal bouquet.
The other men and the mums wore similar buttonholes just without the succulent.
We added some simple yet elegant decor to the church - rose and foliage pew ends and a large pedestal arrangement at the front of the church.
The bride and groom also placed some candles on the windowsills which we then decorated with some loose sprigs of eucalyptus - so simple yet so pretty!
Over at Prested Hall the foliage theme continued, with garlands adorning the welcome sign and various other signage that the bride and groom supplied.
The wedding reception was held in The Orangery, which we decorated with an abundance of foliage. We suspended foliage hoops from the skylights in the ceiling which looked stunning and finished off the room perfectly.
On the top table we laid out our gold geometric tealights along the front edge of the tables and intertwined them with sprigs of eucalyptus foliage.
There were two different designs for the tables - a low option with some beautiful vases supplied by the bride and groom which we filled with foliage and a few flowers. We also added in some bud vases with sprigs of foliage inside and a few tealight holders. For the tall options Jade and Michael also provided their own vases with some artificial eucalyptus inside, and round the base of these we placed loose foliage and some gold tealight holders.
Another beautiful feature at Jade and Michael's wedding was this stunning circular backdrop provided by Belle Wedding and Events with a decal of their name and wedding date on. Three plinths were placed at the fore, one with another foliage vase and another adorned with the stunning cake by The Honey Bee Wedding Cake Company. Lauren decorated the cake with macarons, mini meringues and fresh blooms provided by us. It looked amazing!
Last but not least - thank you flowers.
The absolutely stunning professional photos are by Tom Halliday Photography.
I hope Jade and Michael had the most amazing day! 💚🌿
Amy and Michael were married on 5 October 2019 at Maidens Barn. They went for a beautiful colour palette of red, pink and white with a gorgeous mix of foliages to compliment. Amy's bouquet was so lovely, with ivory ribbon to finish.
Amy's bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets with less of the red and burgundy because they were wearing dark dresses. The trailing champagne gold ribbon looked just gorgeous!
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
Michael's groom buttonhole featured a white focal rose with astrantia and cosmos, as well as a selection of foliage. It was also finished with ivory ribbon to match Amy's bridal bouquet.
The other men's buttonholes featured a red rose as the focal, with the same filler flowers and foliage to match the groom's buttonhole and champagne gold ribbon to match the bridesmaids.
There were a mix of corsages for the ladies - two lapel corsages with white and burgundy flowers, and two wrist corsages on ribbon with pink and white flowers.
In the ceremony room we placed a beautiful 'long and low' arrangement along the registrar's table, which was later moved to the top table for the wedding breakfast.
For the table centrepieces the bride and groom provided their own vases which we filled with a posy of flowers to match the rest of the wedding.
The beautiful professional photographs are by Teresa C Photography - take a look below:
I hope Amy and Mike had a wonderful day! ❤️💗
Abbie and Jim were married on 4 October 2019 at Colchester Castle. Their flowers were pastel blue and white, including delphinium, roses and lisianthus. Abbie went for a trailing, shower style hand tied bouquet with trailing ivory satin ribbon to compliment.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets with just a little trail.
Ready for delivery!
Here's a few lovely photos courtesy of a guest:
I hope Abbie and Jim had a wonderful day! 💙