Chelsie and Joe were married on 12 August 2021 at Hatfield Place. They went for pretty pinks and whites for their flowers, which included roses, spray roses, astilbe, lisianthus and gyp. Chelsie's bouquet was finished with trailing ribbons in shades of soft pink, ivory and grey.
Chelsie's bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of gypsophila, with blush roses and pink astilbe. There were two adult maids and two younger juniors.
For Joe's buttonhole I used a large pink rose with a darker pink spray rose, gypsophila and eucalyptus.
The groomsmen wore soft pink spray rose buttonholes with gyp and foliage.
There were also wrist corsages for the ladies, designed onto a pearl beaded bracelet.
To decorate the ceremony room we utilised some of the arrangements from the table centrepieces - two large arrangements on tall stands and a lower arrangement which we placed directly on the table. It framed the room perfectly.
The bride and groom sat at a sweetheart top table, which we decorated with small vases of roses and astilbe.
The venue looked stunning decorated with flowers in both low and tall arrangements. I love when there's a bit of variety across the tables, and the combination of tall and low designs provides interest at all levels.
The beautiful pro photos come courtesy of Sophie Oldhamstead Photography.
I hope Chelsie and Joe had a wonderful day!
Hannah and Alex were married on 10 August 2021 (fifth date lucky!) at Houchins. They chose pretty pinks, whites and blues with just the hint of burgundy for their flowers, which included roses, hydrangea, astilbe, oxypetalum and homegrown dahlias.
I provided loose blooms for the bride's hair, which the lovely Michelle at Bumbleebee Bridal added in on the day.
The bridesmaids wore wrist corsages instead of carrying bouquets - free hands for drinks and snacks!
They also wore hair combs with flowers to match.
Alex's buttonhole featured delicate flowers to compliment the bridal bouquet - that oxypetalum is just so pretty!
The other men wore double spray rose buttonholes with mixed foliage.
Delivery at the venue!
My lovely freelancer Amy helped me set up at the venue, where we created a stunning display in the ceremony area. Clusters of flowers adorned the ceremony loggia, with foliage joining them up and a large 'long and low' arrangement on the table. We also scattered rose petals down both sides of the aisle.
We provided pretty little bud vases for the tables - the venue later added in some tealights that the bride and groom provided.
We also decorated the mantlepiece with a beautiful foliage garland.
The beautiful pro photos come courtesy of Matt Wing Photo - it looks like such a happy day!
I hope Hannah and Alex had a wonderful day!
Natalie and Doug were married on 8 August 2021 at Houchins. They chose pretty whites and pinks for their flowers with a mix of different foliages, including eucalyptus, soft ruscus and ferns.
There were three senior bridesmaids and a flower girl, who carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet. All of the bouquets were finished with trailing satin ribbons.
The flower girl also wore a flower crown, with delicate white florals and a base of foliage.
Ready for delivery!
Doug wore a buttonhole of lisianthus and mixed foliages.
The groomsmen had smaller versions of the groom's buttonhole.
There were also lapel corsages with the ladies, which included gypsophila with the lisianthus and foliage.
Delivered to the venue!
We decorated the ceremony area with a beautiful long and low arrangement on the ceremony table and simple rose and foliage chair ends.
The top table looked a bit bare at the start but I know it would have looked lovely later on as the bouquets and chair ends were added into the vases.
The guest tables were adorned with lanterns, tealights, foliage and loose flowers. The glassware and the gold looked so beautiful and elegant.
The beautiful cake was made by Baked with Love and we provided fresh flowers and foliages to decorate it.
The stunning pro photos come courtesy of Sharon Cudworth Photography - so much joy :)
I hope Natalie and Doug had a wonderful day!
Danniella and James were married on 7 August 2021 at Houchins. They chose classic all whites and greens for their flowers, which included roses, dahlias, calla lilies, astilbe and sweet peas.
Danniella's maids carried compact bouquets of roses, astilbe, gyp and eucalyptus, bound with ivory ribbon.
James wore a buttonhole of spray roses, astilbe, gypsophila and foliage.
His groomsmen wore smaller versions with a single spray rose.
For the ladies there were wrist corsages on pearl bracelets.
We decorated the ceremony area with bud vases along the table and gyp chair ends down the aisle.
The tables looked so pretty and elegant - log slices, bud vases, mason jars for the chair ends, loose foliage and tealights. The couple provided their own table numbers - I just loved the industrial metal look against the flowers.
The stunning cake was made by The Sugar Bunny Cake Co and we provided fresh florals and foliage to decorate it - it looked so pretty once finished!
The beautiful preview of the happy comes courtesy of Fairweather Photography.
I hope Danniella and James had a lovely day!
Nicole and Nick were married on 1 August 2021 at Houchins. Nicole went for a traditional shower bouquet, with flowers in shades of white, blue and purple. I used lilies (the bride's favourite!) roses, delphinium, eryngium, clematis and nigella.
Nicole's bridesmaids carried smaller, hand tied bouquets with the same flowers in the same colours, finished with trailing satin ribbons.
Nick's buttonhole featured a white rose, delphinium and mixed foliages.
There were various different combinations of flowers for the groomsmen and parent buttonholes/corsages, but all in the colours of the wedding.
The ceremony area was decorated with a large, statement long and low arrangement on the ceremony table - this would later be moved over to the top table. Sweet jars of nigella lined the aisle, with further jars hung from shepherds crooks in the garden.
I also provided fresh rose petals in a basket to be thrown as confetti.
Rustic mason jars decorated the tables, placed on a wooden log slice and surrounded by tealights.
We also provided fresh flowers to decorate the cake, which I understand was made by a family member.
I also designed a thank you bouquet for the two mums, each with their favourite flowers - roses and calla lilies.
I hope Nicole and Nick had a wonderful day!