Pippa and Adam were married on 3 June 2019 at Hengrave Hall. They went for a pretty peach and blue colour scheme for their flowers with a lovely mix of different foliages. I used peach and white roses, spray roses, blue delphinium, astilbe, eryngium. ammi and gypsophila, with eucalyptus and asparagus fern.
Pippa's two bridesmaids carried smaller versions of her bouquets, which looked really lovely against their blue dresses.
The little flower girl carried a wand, with a large peach focal rose and smaller flowers and foliages to match the rest of the wedding flowers.
Adam's buttonhole incorporated a flower in each of the colours of the wedding - peach and white spray roses with blue delphinium, as well as some foliage to compliment. The other men's buttonholes were just white and blue, and they were all finished with simple ivory ribbon.
There were also two wrist corsages for the two mums - the same white and blue flowers - on a pearl beaded bracelet.
I decorated the church within the grounds of the venue and everything was then moved over for the wedding breakfast - the two large windowsill displays went onto the top table along with the pew ends and the pedestal arrangement was moved to a doorway to mark the entrance into the reception area. I also decorated the staircase area - this was done in remembrance of family members who were no longer with them.
The top table looked amazing with all of the flowers on there and all of the foliages blended really nicely with the green coloured walls.
The tables were a mix of low and tall centrepieces - low posies quite flush to the table and tall martini vase arrangements.
Here's a little preview of the happy couple!
Congratulations to Pippa and Adam, I wish you a long and happy future together! 🧡💙