Joanna and Craig were married on 8 August 2019 at Braxted Park. They went for classic all whites for their flowers with minimal foliage, which fitted the stunning venue perfectly. Jo's bouquet was a beautiful all white dome, with roses, peonies, hydrangeas and gyp - it also smelt lovely because of the peonies which have a wonderful scent!
The three bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Jo's bouquet, all finished with simple ivory satin ribbon.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
Craig had a large white rose with gyp for his buttonhole, finished with the same ivory ribbon to match the bouquets.
The other men wore spray roses with gyp - the same style as the groom's but allowing his to be bigger - well he is the groom after all!
The couple chose to have the buttonholes individually named - I usually recommend this when there are several different combinations of flowers but it also helps prevent any confusion on the day and it's easy to make sure all the right people have one and to know if anyone is missing!
In the orangery where they held their ceremony Jo went for large bows on the chairs rather than flowers which looked really lovely. They used one of the table centrepieces on the registrars table first, along with some candles the bride and groom provided and my white lanterns which they hired. Such an elegant set up!
In the pavilion where they held their reception Jo and Craig went for tall vases for their centrepieces with tall floral arrangements on the top. At the base of these they added in their own tealights for extra decor. Along the top table they placed some vases for the bouquets to be added into, as well as some additional candles and roses. Jo said she wanted everything to be simple and plain but a classic white, green and glass set up looks very clean and elegant and suited the feel of their wedding perfectly.
The professional photographs are from Simply Photographic. Such an beautiful couple!
Congratulations to Joanna and Craig! 💚