Lucie and Stuart were married on 7 October 2018 at Leez Priory Wedding Venue. They went for a beautiful colour scheme of vintage purple and ivory, using the stunning 'amnesia' rose, 'avalanche' roses, trachelium, gypsophila and eucalyptus.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of just gypsophila - finished with pretty white lace.
The flower girl had a super cute wand made of gypsophila and designed into the shape of a heart.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
There were a mix of different designs for the buttonholes and corsages. The groom had a selection of flowers to match the bridal bouquet - an amnesia rose, gypsophila and eucalyptus. The groomsmen and little page boy had all gyp to match the bridesmaids and flower girl, the bride's mum had a white rose with gyp and the groom's mum had a larger grouping of gyp. The buttonholes were finished with twine (to make them more "manly"!) and the corsages were finished with lace to match the bouquets. All the little details count in a wedding!
Along the ceremony table we dotted little bud vases with a few stems in each - simple but very effective. These were later moved to the top table for the wedding breakfast.
The ceremony and reception were held in the same room so the tables centrepieces had to be set up in the kitchen ready to be moved over later! Lucie and Stuart went for a set up of two jam jars on a wooden log slice - perfectly rustic for the setting of Leez Priory.
Here's a little sneak peek from the professional photographer - Lewis Cabuche Photography. Such a loved up couple!
Wishing this lovely couple all the best for their future together 💜