Beth and Craig were married on 3 June 2023 at Vaulty Manor. They chose pretty pinks and whites for their flowers, which included peonies, roses, astilbe and sweet peas - all my favourites! Beth's bouquet was soft and pretty, finished off with floaty chiffon ribbons.
I provided some individually wired and taped flowers for adding to the bride's hair. The pictures from her hair stylist Dawn Taylor Beauty show how perfect they looked!
The four bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Beth's bouquet.
All boxed up ready for delivery!
Craig's buttonhole featured a pink rose, astilbe, gypsophila and foliage - a mini version of the bridal bouquet!
The other men wore exactly the same buttonholes - they looked so pretty all together!
Delivered to the venue - I usually leave buttonholes on the bar as that means they can't be missed!!
For the ceremony I filled the venue's urns with large, statement arrangements to frame the ceremony area beautifully and placed a long and low arrangement on the table which would later be reused on the top table. This was so much fun to do as these urns usually have silk arrangements in them so most couples just have them as they are, so it was really nice for a couple to appreciate fresh flowers so much and to want them to match the rest of their arrangements/bouquets etc!
The tables were dressed with jam jars, log slices, tealights and bud vases - the prefect decoration for this barn venue! Plus it meant there were lots of flowers for the guests to take home at the end of the night - always a bonus!!
The cake was made by Catherine Palmer and we decorated it with fresh flowers, lots of foliage and a little model of the couple's dog Dot - so cute!!
A couple of thank you bouquets for the mums finished everything off.
I've only seen this one little preview of the professional photos by Inverve, but if they're all as lovely as this I can't wait to see more!
I hope Beth and Craig had the best day 🤍