Rachel and Craig were married on 2 October 2021 at Old Brook Barn. They chose pretty pastels for their flowers, with a mix of pink, lilac, lemon, peach and blue. Rachel's bouquet was a mix of roses, delphinium, stocks, lisianthus and astilbe, with soft toned foliages to compliment.
[I took the photos quite late in the day so the lighting wasn't great, which doesn't show off the flowers at their best!]
Rachel had one adult bridesmaid who carried a smaller version of her bouquet, and one child bridesmaid who carried a smaller bouquet still. All of the bouquets were finished with ivory ribbon kept neat to the stems.
Ready for delivery!
There were also heart shaped wands of gypsophila, which we finished with mixed pastel ribbons to bring in the colours of the wedding.
Craig's buttonhole featured spray roses, delphinium, lavender and foliages, bringing in some of the colours of the wedding.
His groomsmen wore smaller buttonholes of just small purple flowers and mixed foliages.
The venue has a beautiful bridge going across the stream, leading the guests into the reception barn. We decorated the bridge with posies of flowers and a stunning floral heart hung on the wall.
The tables complimented the rustic feel of the barn with log slices, vases of flowers and tins of gyp. A personalised box with the couple's names adorned the top table, with arrangements to match the centrepieces at either end.
The beautiful cake was made by Tinas TCakes and we provided a lovely selection of blooms for decorating.
And just a couple of thank you bouquets for the mums to finish off!
A little preview of the happy couple courtesy of Catherine Brooks Photography.
I hope Rachel and Craig had a lovely day!
Rebecca and Nathan were married on 1 October 2021 at The Lion Inn, Boreham. They chose classic whites and lots of beautiful greens for their flowers. Rebecca's beautiful bouquet also included succulents, with trailing ivory ribbon to finish.
The five bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Rebecca's bouquet, each with an abundance of foliage.
Delivered to the venue!
Nathan's buttonhole featured white lisianthus flowers, blue thistle and foliage, with ivory ribbon to match the bouquets.
His groomsmen wore smaller buttonholes with the same flowers.
At the venue the ceremony and reception were all held in the same room so the tables weren't fully out yet, but the ceremony area looked stunning and the foliage heavy centrepieces complimented this perfectly. The room at The Lion Inn is so stunning on its own that you don't have to do to much to decorate it, so simple white flowers and green foliages worked perfectly. We decorated the ceremony area with a long and low on the table and posies of flowers on the ends of the chair lining the aisle.
The top table was round, so this had it's own display along the front edge made up of candles, bud vases and loose foliages.
On the guest tables we placed a hurricane vase, surrounded by a ring of flowers and foliages. We hired the vases to the couple however the arrangements were designed so that the guests could take them home.
For the stunning cake (baker unknown) we provided a selection of white flowers and sprigs of foliage to decorate. There was also a whole table of little desserts - it all looked delicious!
A little preview courtesy of the bride!
I hope Becca and Nathan had a wonderful day!
Maddie and Jordan were married on 1 October 2021 at Villiers Barn. They chose classic whites with dried materials, including pampas grass and bleached ruscus. Maddie's bouquet was a beauty, finished with trailing silk ribbons.
My lovely florist friend Alana was helping me out on the day and she captured this great shot of me delivering the bouquet to Maddie!
The four bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of all gypsophila with a collar of eucalyptus, and trailing satin ribbons to finish.
The little flower girl carried a super cute wand with spray roses, foliage and bleached materials.
Jordan wore a spray rose buttonhole with dried materials and fresh foliage.
The other men's buttonholes were similar, but without the spray roses.
Welcome! We decorated the welcome sign with a luscious garland of eucalyptus and soft ruscus.
At the venue we dressed the ceremony with a statement 'long and low' on the table and gorgeous vases of eucalyptus and pampas grass down the aisle.
The reception barn looked stunning all set up.
The long and low was moved to the top table after the ceremony, with a foliage backdrop to frame the newlyweds as they sat at their sweetheart table.
The guest tables had a mix of tall centrepieces on gold high riser stands, and lower designs featuring a trio of bud vases.
A further trio of bud vases were placed on the table in the entrance hall.
The stunning pro photos were shot by Laura Dean Photography.
I hope Maddie and Jordan had a wonderful day!