Keeley and Graham were married on 27 May 2018 at the stunning Hylands Estate. They went for a pretty and elegant combination of soft pink and white flowers, including 'avalanche' and 'sweet avalanche' roses, spray roses astilbe, hydrangea and gypsophila.
Keeley's bouquet was so pretty - soft and delicate, with the delicate tones of the 'sweet avalanche' roses and the wispiness of the astilbe. Just lovely. Her single bridesmaid - her little sister - had a smaller version of her bouquet and there was even a pretty wand for the flower girl.
The buttonholes and corsages all featured small spray roses to continue the delicate theme, with little sprigs of gypsophila to compliment. The groom had a white rose with everyone else in the bridal party having pink.
With a grand venue like Hylands House you have to go big with the floral decorations - and Keeley and Graham did just that! Magnificent martini glasses with large arrangements of flowers on top, featuring some of the biggest hydrangea heads I've ever seen! A long and low on the top table matched the flowers, with some rose gold bud vases in the Terrace Room and two large pedestal arrangements to frame the entrance as you walked in.
The stunning professional photographs were taken by Danielle Smith Photography - the super talented lady who showed me how to use my camera so it was lovely to work with her again! That wisteria is just gorgeous - Keeley and Graham timed their wedding to perfection!
I wish this lovely couple all the best for their future together 💗