Karen and Dave were married on 27 December 2018 at Leez Priory. They chose a pretty blush pink and pastel blue colour scheme for their flowers, with some white flowers and a little bit of foliage - a beautiful colour combination that works well all year round. I used delphinium, roses, spray roses, brunia, gypsophila and eucalyptus.
Karen's bouquet was so pretty, so soft and delicate and so much texture - all my favourite things!
Karen's two bridesmaids carried bouquets of all gypsophila. They wore dresses in pastel blue (I got a sneak peek when dropping off the flowers!) which would have complimented the flowers so perfectly.
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The groom wore a buttonhole with a white spray rose, some delphinium, gyp and eucalyptus - the perfect accompaniment to the bridal bouquet. The groomsmen had buttonholes of all gyp to match the bridesmaids and the ladies' corsages were similar to the groom's buttonhole.
Karen and Dave chose to reuse the venue flowers between the ceremony area and the reception. This is a great way to make the most out of your flowers and really helps with budgeting. In this instance the long and low on the ceremony table was later moved to the top table and the gyp chair ends were moved to vases to make up some of the table centrepieces. The other tables had similar vases with mixed flowers and foliage to match.
I hope Karen and Dave had an amazing day and a long and happy future together 💗💙