Clare and Lee were married on 8 September 2019 at Mulberry House. They went for a pretty mix of pinks and whites for their flowers, including some lovely roses, astilbe and delphinium amongst others.
Clare's bouquet was so soft and pretty, with rose gold ribbon to finish.
The bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, but with trailing ribbons instead.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
The little flower girl carried a wand with flowers to compliment the bouquets and trailing ribbons to match the bridesmaids. So sweet!
Lee's groom buttonhole was a pink rose with gypsophila and eucalyptus, also finished with rose gold ribbon. The other men wore smaller versions with a pink spray rose instead.
To decorate the ceremony room we wrapped foliage garlands around the two beams at the top of the room.
We also decorated the welcome sign leading into the ceremony area with fresh flowers and foliage.
Finally there was a 'long and low' along the front of the registrar's table. This was later moved to the top table for the wedding reception.
The table centrepieces featured flowers to match the rest of the wedding, designed onto my gold vases (they're actually candle holders but they work perfectly for flowers!)
We decorated the beautiful cake with fresh flowers, with little groupings that gradually got bigger in scale with the size of that particular tier. The personalised topper set it off perfectly.
A couple of thank you bouquets to finish off!
The stunning professional photos are courtesy of Tom Halliday Photography.
Congratulations to the happy couple! 💕