Carrie and Carl were married on 26 April 2019 at Parklands Quendon Hall. They went for a beautiful blush pink and white colour scheme for their flowers, incorporating 'lovelace' roses, spray roses, astilbe and gypsophila.
The bouquets were so soft and pretty - Carrie's bouquet was a stunner! I usually love using an abundance of foliage for my bouquets however this arrangement was perfect without it. The gypsophila base is so different and unique, and that astilbe was just so lovely.
The bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bride's bouquet, the stems finished with rose gold satin ribbon.
For the little flower girl I made a gypsophila wand designed into the shape of a heart, finished with trailing rose gold ribbon to match the bouquets. This design for a wand is so sweet!
The buttonholes were just as pretty - a pink spray rose, astilbe and a little sprig of gyp. There were even two mini ones for the page boys - so cute!
Foe the venue I designed a long and low arrangement which was placed on the fireplace behind the registrars table for the ceremony and later moved to the top table for the reception.
Check out how stunning the professional photos from Tom Halliday Photography are!
Wishing a long and happy future to this lovely couple!