Cara and Fred were married on 21 September 2019 in a church ceremony, with their reception to follow afterwards at Houchins. They went for a super pretty colour combination of soft peach and white, with cafe au lait dahlias taking centre stage (all homegrown!)
Cara's bouquet was a beauty, with trailing ribbons in ivory silk and lace.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of all gypsophila with a ring of eucalyptus around the outer edge.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
Fred's groom buttonhole featured a few small flowers to match the bridal bouquet, with peach and white spray roses, gypsophila and eucalyptus. The other men wore all gypsophila and eucalyptus buttonholes - mini versions of the bridesmaid bouquets!
Lined up on the bar at the venue with attachment instructions!
The venue looked amazing - all the white, greenery and fairy lights all together looked so pretty.
The top table incorporated some candle holders sourced separately by the bride and groom, with loosely placed eucalyptus in between them.
The table centrepieces incorporated a lovely selection of different vases, with pretty, mismatched tealight holders dotted around.
The preview of the professional photos comes from AxL Photography.
I hope Cara and Fred had a wonderful day! 🧡