Emily and Adam were married on 1 September 2023 at Villiers Barn. They chose a classic, elegant palette of white and green for their flowers which suited the barn venue perfectly, with roses, dahlias, astilbe and stocks among the blooms.
Emily's bouquet was super pretty, textured and bursting with so many gorgeous white blooms. The stems were finished with neatly bound ivory satin ribbon.
The six bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Emily's bouquet, all finished with the same ribbon.
For the little flower girl I made a wand with flowers to match the bouquets.
Boxed up ready for delivery!
Adam's buttonhole featured a single white rose with lots of foliage, with ivory satin ribbon to finish.
The other men wore smaller buttonholes with a white spray rose and foliage. There were a couple of little ones for page boys too.
Delivered to the venue in their little vases with handwritten name tags!
Welcome to the wedding! The set up at Villiers Barn was so lovely, including signage from Lottie Louise Designs.
For the ceremony we utilised flowers from the reception area by placing the flowers from the tall centrepieces on pedestal stands and the 'long and low' on the table was later placed on the top table.
The venue looked so pretty all set up, with a mix of tall and low centrepieces, the long and low on the top table and vases for the bouquets to later be placed into as additional decor.
I placed the tall arrangements on our hexagonal, gold high riser stands with tealights at the base. There were four of these designs and 7 of the lower arrangements which were a hurricane vase with a ring of flowers around the base. All of the sundry items were hired from me but I designed the flowers so that the guests could take them home after the wedding and enjoy them for a little longer!
The pro photos are courtesy of Itchy Eye Productions, take a look:
I hope Emily and Adam had the best day! 🤍