Chelsie and Joe were married on 12 August 2021 at Hatfield Place. They went for pretty pinks and whites for their flowers, which included roses, spray roses, astilbe, lisianthus and gyp. Chelsie's bouquet was finished with trailing ribbons in shades of soft pink, ivory and grey.
Chelsie's bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of gypsophila, with blush roses and pink astilbe. There were two adult maids and two younger juniors.
For Joe's buttonhole I used a large pink rose with a darker pink spray rose, gypsophila and eucalyptus.
The groomsmen wore soft pink spray rose buttonholes with gyp and foliage.
There were also wrist corsages for the ladies, designed onto a pearl beaded bracelet.
To decorate the ceremony room we utilised some of the arrangements from the table centrepieces - two large arrangements on tall stands and a lower arrangement which we placed directly on the table. It framed the room perfectly.
The bride and groom sat at a sweetheart top table, which we decorated with small vases of roses and astilbe.
The venue looked stunning decorated with flowers in both low and tall arrangements. I love when there's a bit of variety across the tables, and the combination of tall and low designs provides interest at all levels.
The beautiful pro photos come courtesy of Sophie Oldhamstead Photography.
I hope Chelsie and Joe had a wonderful day!