Lynda and Martin were married on 2 February 2018 at Wivenhoe House. Their wedding had a gorgeous colour palette of ivory and plum, so I used a beautiful mix of anemones, roses, spray roses, dianthus, astrantia, ammi, waxflower, gypsophila and eucalyptus for their flowers. Just look at those anemones!!
Lynda's bouquet was an absolute stunner - and thanks to my new photography skills I was actually able to capture all that beauty!
The bridesmaids had all gyp bouquets - they complimented the bridal bouquet perfectly. One of Lynda's bridesmaids was her daughter Claire, whose wedding I'm also flowering later this year. I can't wait for that one!
A few buttonholes completed the bridal party.
I also created a large long and low arrangement for the ceremony/top tables - it was huge! I love making these arrangements, they make such an impact in the venue and look fab in photos of the couple signing the register and sitting at the top table.
Finally a vase arrangement for the gift table finished off the flowers so nicely.
Here's a sneak peek from the professional photographer - Purple Pear Tree Photography - absolutely gorgeous and looks like they had a fun filled day!