Lauren and Dan were married on 1 June 2019 at Red Brick Barn. They went for a rustic, natural, wildflower theme with lots of greenery and a little but of lilac/purple to add colour. I used some grasses amongst the flowers which added some lovely movement to the bouquets.
Lauren's bouquet was pretty and wild, with soft tones of lilac coming through amongst the greens.
Lauren's two bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bouquet, finished with natural rustic twine.
Lauren also wanted to wear a flower crown - she had an inspiration photo that I worked from and I kept it quite simple with greens, lilac and limonium. I left the two ends open and finished the crown with twine so it could be adjusted on the day.
Dan's buttonhole featured a thistle, waxflower, lavender and a selection of foliages and grasses. The other men's buttonholes were smaller versions without the waxflower and there were even mini versions for the two junior ushers. All of the buttonholes were finished with twine to match the bouquets.
For the ladies I made wrist corsages on a length of natural linen fabric. These featured flowers to match the rest of the arrangements.
Everything all boxed up and ready for delivery!
The beautiful pro photos were captured by Jess Soper Photography - check them out below!
Congratulations to the happy couple! 💜