Lily and Craig were married on 3 September 2022 at Houchins. The bride's favourite colour is orange so they went for classic autumnal for their flowers, with roses, etc in shades of orange, red and yellow, with peaches and lots of foliage.
Lily's bouquet was so vivid and beautiful, with lots of foliage to compliment the flowers and orange ribbon to finish. It matched perfectly with the bride's dressing gown when I delivered it to her!
The four bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Lily's bouquet.
Lily also had a man of honour, so I made him a special buttonhole with a mix of flowers to match the bouquets.
Boxed up and delivered to the venue.
Craig's buttonhole featured orange spray roses, bunny tails, foliage and mini succulents.
The other men wore smaller versions without the succulents.
Delivered to the venue.
The ceremony area at Houchins looked beautiful all set up, with my foliage curtain and a garland of flowers along the table.
The venue looked fabulous all set up. The tables were fairly simple in design, set out in a banquet style with runners down the middle. The bride and groom then provided a load of wine bottles which I filled with flowers.
Each table had a different colour scheme, so for the first table which the bride and groom were to sit on was orange. I filled the wine bottles on this table with all orange flowers, with a few pops of burgundy running throughout. There was also foliage loosely placed along the table at the base of the bottles.
The second table was peach, again with some burgundy dotted throughout.
The third and final table was yellow, giving a wonderful pop of colour to the venue.
The bride and groom also provided a vase to be placed next to the table plan, so I filled this with a bouquet of flowers to match the rest of the wedding.
The professional photos come courtesy of Kristian Lissimore, and don't they look beautiful?!
I hope Lily and Craig had a wonderful day!