Gemma and Matt were married on 7 July 2017 at the gorgeous Mangapp Manor in Burnham. I hadn't visited this venue before but it truly is stunning so if you're currently looking for somewhere to get married then definitely check it out!
Gemma had a button and brooch bouquet to carry instead of flowers, however I made flowers for the bridesmaids, top table, centrepieces and thank you bouquets. I also made a gyp throwing bouquet so Gemma didn't have to throw her brooch bouquet. With a tea party theme we incorporated teacup stacks into the centrepieces and teacups and teapots on the top table. The colour scheme was white, pink and blue and I used a combination of peonies, roses, delphiniums, spray roses, gypsophila and limonium.
Transporting the centrepieces was a bit of a challenge - driving with flowers in the van is already stressful enough without fragile centrepieces to add into the mix! Gemma had brought them round to me in boxes with a shredded up Next catalogue to protect the delicate china, so I made use of these when moving them from my workshop to the venue! Not the prettiest but sometimes practicality wins out over pretty! Check out some of the prep photos below:
And here are some photos of the final flowers and at the venue - check out those thrones! The other suppliers where still setting up when we'd finished and the chairs were still being backed when we left so therefore I didn't get to see the venue fully decorated, but I know it looked amazing!
And here's one of the happy couple, taken by Peter Gammon Photography: