Nika and Ben were married on 30 June 2018 at Crabbs Barn Wedding Venue. They went for a classic colour palette of all white for their flowers, combined with a gorgeous mix of different herbs and foliages, including eucalyptus, pistache and rosemary.
With the addition of sweet peas, lavender and a few garden roses Nika's bouquet was beautifully scented, and the succulents just looked cool with all the other materials. The two bridesmaids held smaller, simplified versions of the bridal bouquet.
The buttonholes featured a white spray rose with a gorgeous mix of herbs and foliages, including pistache, rosemary and some lavender. The two corsages used larger headed avalanche roses with a little bit of astrantia.
At the venue the newlyweds went for a classic long and low for their ceremony/top table, in my 'medium' size. We added silver lanterns and tealight holders for extra decor, with little bunches of gypsophila tied to the chair ends with twine.
The chair ends were later moved over to the table centrepieces and placed into large mason jars with the table numbers on them. These were placed on a wooden log slice along with a silver lantern to match the top table. A series of little tealights in glass holders were dotted around the outside and a garland of mix foliages was wound between them and the log slice. A fairly simple set up but it looked so elegant, the whole arrangement was a decent size so it made for a statement centrepiece without a huge flower cost.
The professional photos are by Neal Laver Photography - catch a sneak peek below!
Wishing a long and happy future to this lovely couple 💚