Hannah and James were married on 18 September 2023 at Vaulty Manor. They chose a gorgeous colour palette of ivory and burnt orange for their flowers, which included the stunning 'toffee' rose, 'cafe latte' and 'avalanche' roses plus a whole host of other lovely things such as pampas grass and bleached ruscus.
Hannah's bouquet was so pretty. She didn't want much in the way of greenery so instead I used some bleached foliages, with soft chiffon ribbon to finish off the stems.
A long list of georgeousness!
These lovely shots of the bride with her bouquet come courtesy of Bridal Hair by Marina.
Hannah's two bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bouquet, with all the same flowers and not much in the way of natural greenery.
Ready for delivery!
James wore a large white rose for his buttonhole, with bleached foliages and dried materials.
The other men wore smaller versions with a spray rose as the focal flower.
I love seeing them all lined up in their little vases!
The ceremony decor was kept fairly simple with just a long and low on the table and making use of the silk urns the venue have in place. The table arrangement was later moved to the top table.
The centrepieces suited the venue perfectly and I designed them so that the guests could take the flowers home at the end of the night. I used a copper bowl as the base and made the designs asymmetrical and long rather than round, which better suited the oval tables at the venue.
I wired up a load of flowers for the cake, and SugarStrandz then worked their magic with them to decorate the stunning 4 tier cake.
The pro photos come courtesy of Tom Cullen - how stunning are these?!
I hope Hannah and James had an amazing day! 🤍