Emma and Ollie were married on 31 March 2018 at Crondon Park and went for a vintage/dusky lilac tone for their flowers - represented in the stunning 'amnesia' rose. I also used avalanche roses, veronica, gypsophila and eucalyptus parvifolia.
This wedding was a lovely size in terms of the number of arrangements I had to make, so I had a nice relaxing day designing the flowers (it's not always like that, I know people say it must be so nice to play with flowers for a job but there is a lot of work that goes into it and for bigger weddings the day before can be really full on!) I keep everything labelled as I go along to help make sure that everyone gets the right flowers.
The bride's gorgeous bouquet featured the full range of flowers, with the bridesmaids having smaller, simpler versions without the veronica. This is such a pretty combination of flowers, I'm not always a huge fan of gyp but when paired with pastel/vintaged toned flowers it can look really lovely.
The buttonholes and corsages were a simple affair, pairing an 'amnesia' rose with gyp, with a small amount of euc parvi for the groom Ollie's.
They were finished off with twine and decorated with a cute little bow - so rustic and very pretty.
I also provided flowers for the reception area - a mid sized long and low for use on the ceremony table and later the top table, and a pair of jam jars on a wooden log slice for the centrepieces and card/present table.
The delicious cake was designed by Mary Eddington from Mary Bakes Yummy Cakes - we worked together to decorate the tiers with groupings of avalanche roses and gyp, resulting in a simple yet stunning arrangement.
The stunning professional photos were taken by two-D Photography - check them out below:
Emma and Ollie were a lovely couple to work with and I wish them all the best for the future!