Katie and George were married on 25 August 2019 at Vaulty Manor. They went for blush and white with a little bit of lavender for their flowers - such a pretty combination! Katie's bouquet was so soft and pretty, finished with beautiful trailing ribbons in satin and lace.
The six adult bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bride's bouquet, with trailing satin ribbon to match.
There were also four little flower girls who carried little posies of all gypsophila, with the same trailing ribbon as the bridesmaid bouquets. So sweet!
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
The buttonholes were kept fairly simple - a large white rose for the groom and smaller spray roses for the groomsmen, all with some dried lavender and eucalyptus. The groom's was finished with lace to match the bride's bouquet with the other buttonholes finished with the ivory satin.
Katie had been really hoping for an outdoor ceremony and luckily the sun shone for them for the most perfect day. We set up a large pedestal stand on either side of the gazebo, with a personalised wooden box on the ceremony table which was later moved over to the top table. At the bride's request we incorporated some hydrangea into these designs which worked perfectly with the rest of the flowers.
A simple eucalyptus garland decorated the elegant mirrored welcome sign.
Along the top table we left a gap in the middle for the personalised box to be moved over and then scattered eucalyptus foliage along the rest of the table.
The tables incorporated two different designs - a couple of them had a wooden crate with a beautiful floral arrangement inside, and the others had log slices, jam jars and gin bottles for a really rustic feel. There were also some larger vases for the bridesmaid bouquets to be placed into.
A couple of gift bouquets for the mums to say thank you!
Below are a few snaps from the wedding, a couple of the pro shots from Ella Violet Photography and a couple from the guests. It looked like a beautiful day!
I hope Katie and George had the most amazing day! 💗💜