Grace and Elliott were married on 29 February 2020 at Houchins. They went for a beautiful blush pink and white colour scheme for their flowers, with some pops of darker pink coming through. We used a mix of roses, spray roses, ranunculus, astilbe and gypsophila, with lots of lovely foliage to compliment.
Grace's bouquet was a beautiful mix of these flowers, finished around the stems with lace ribbon.
There were four adult bridesmaids who each carried a smaller version of Grace's bridal bouquet.
There were then three junior bridesmaids who carried smaller versions still - so sweet!
All boxed up ready for delivery, including a pic of the lovely bride with her bouquet!
The groom wore a double spray rose buttonhole with some foliage, also finished off with lace ribbon to compliment the bouquets.
The other men wore single spray rose buttonholes, so just a little smaller than the groom's.
For the grandparents we created small buttonholes of gypsophila with a little bit of foliage.
Buttonhole delivery! I went on a calligraphy workshop with Lydia Packham Calligraphy so that I could make these lovely little tags for your buttonholes and bouquets. It's just a little extra touch that I think makes everything that much more personal.
For the two mums we designed two different styles of corsage - one wore a lapel corsage and the other a wrist corsage. We used pink flowers here to make them that little bit more feminine.
In the van and ready for delivery!
Over at the venue we decorated the ceremony room with some loose foliage and flowers, a log slice and some candles on the registrars table, plus some simple rose and foliage chair ends.
The venue looked stunning all set up. And don't worry the guests did get chairs - these were moved over after the ceremony!
For the centrepieces we placed a log slice in the middle of the table. The bride and groom provided their own candles which we placed on the top, and we then decorated around the outside of the log with loose foliage and flowers to match the rest of the wedding.
On one of the walls we suspended four of our foliage hoops, which framed the couple's dinner menu which was hung in the centre.
To finish off we supplied fresh rose petals for the confetti.
How beautiful do the happy couple look in these photos courtesy of a guest?!
I hope Grace and Elliott had a wonderful day!