Charlotte and Bill were married on 28 October 2017 and held their reception at The Compasses at Pattiswick. They went for a stunning mix of plums, deep reds and purples with a bit of navy for their flowers which included roses, astilbe, clematis, cosmos, viburnum, leucadendron, waxflower, daucus and homegrown sedum. I only made the bridal flowers for this lovely wedding, but that included a lot of buttonholes!
These bouquets are among my favourites of last year as well - I love the colour combination and there was so much texture in there. I used a painted table in the garden to shoot the flowers on and I think the blue colour really compliments the colours in the flowers.
Charlotte and Bill ordered a whole load of buttonholes and corsages, all slightly different according to who they were for - there was one design for the best men, one for the groomsmen etc... In order to keep them all organised I labelled each of the vases I kept them in overnight. It would have worked well if the post it notes didn't keep falling off! They all ended up correctly labelled and on the right person though.
The beautiful professional photos were taken by Eyeshine Photography - check them out below:
This lovely couple were so much fun to work with and I hope they had an amazing day!