Kerrie and Ashim were married on 6 April 2019 in Bromley in London and held their reception at Keston Village Hall. I designed their bridal flowers around a colour scheme of pink, peach and ivory and then supplied loose stems for them to DIY their table centrepieces. Some stunning tulips took centre stage amongst their flowers, which also included a mix of roses and three varieties of eucalyptus.
Kerrie' bouquet was full of pastel prettiness, with lots of lovely eucalyptus framing the flowers. The stems were finished with natural jute ribbon to compliment the rest of the rustic theme.
The two bridesmaid bouquets were smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, also finished with jute ribbon.
There were two flower girls who each wore flower crowns, which had a eucalyptus base with waxflower and gypsophila. They were finished with twine so they could be easily adjusted (it's so hard to get a complete circlet to the right size without the wearer there so you can design exactly to the size of their head!)
The men's buttonholes and ladies' corsages featured a peach tulip with some foliage, with waxflower for the men and gypsophila for the women.
I delivered loose stems to the village hall the day before the wedding so that the bridal party could fill jam jars for the tables - they had 120 of them so leaving them until the morning of the wedding would've been a bit of a rush! I found a few photos on social media of the tables set up and I have to say that they did a great job!
Congratulations to the happy couple!