Zoë and Josh were married on 25 July 2019 at Leez Priory - on the hottest day of the year! They chose some real pretties for their flowers, including peonies and pink o'hara roses. Zoë's bouquet was a real beauty and it smelt divine!
The two bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Zoë's bouquet, featuring the same flowers and finished with soft pink satin ribbon.
Josh's buttonhole featured a few flowers to compliment the bridal bouquet - spray rose, lisianthus., astilbe, gypsophila and eucalyptus. The men's buttonholes were very similar but without the gypsophila and the ladies corsages had gypsophila instead of astilbe. All finished with the same soft pink ribbon!
All in their little vases ready for delivery!
At the venue I did the ceremony arrangement which was later moved over to the top table. A beautiful, large 'long and low' arrangement with a gorgeous selection of flowers to match the rest of the wedding.
The professional photos come courtesy of Sammy Taylor Photography - aren't they beautiful!
Wishing Zoë and Josh a very happy future together! 💗
Rebecca and Joe were married on 6 July 2019 at Houchins. They went for a classic white and green theme for their flowers, incorporating some amazing succulents into the bouquets.
Rebecca's bouquet was stunning - I love a classic all white and green mix, and the soft green trailing ribbon finished it off perfectly.
Delivered at the venue!
The bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Rebecca's bouquet but finished with neat ivory ribbon instead.
The buttonholes were white lisianthus and foliage - the groom's was also finished with green ribbon and the ivory for the other men. It's lovely when everything ties together, even with just the little details like the ribbon.
Looking so sweet in the little vases for delivery!
At the venue I created my statement foliage curtain around the ceremony loggia, which would have framed Rebecca and Joe perfectly while they said their "I dos".
I decorated the top table with my gold geometric tealight holders and loosely placed eucalyptus along the full length of the top table.
For the tables I hired out my candle and vase trios, which make for a fairly simple yet elegant table centrepiece that looks stunning when all lit up. I also provided bulk foliage which the bridesmaids used to decorate around the candles.
The last little touch was a foliage garland along the top of the welcome sign.
The absolutely stunning professional photographs come from Three Flowers Photography - check them out below:
Wishing Rebecca and Joe a long and happy future together! 💚🌿
Rhiannon and Ryan were married on 27 June 2019 at Layer Marney Tower. They went for a Beauty and the Beast theme for their wedding and pink, white and blue for their flowers, including roses, delphinium, scabiosa and lisianthus.
Rhiannon's bouquet was so pretty, finished with trailing ribbons in blush pink, ivory, grey and lace.
The six bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Rhiannon's bouquet, also finished with trailing ribbons but without the lace so that this was a special little touch for the bride.
All boxed up and ready to go!
Ryan's buttonhole featured a few little flowers to match the bridal bouquet - spray roses and eryngium. Ryan had a double rose buttonhole and his groomsmen just had a single rose. This is a great way to make the groom's bigger and more special whilst still keeping a consistent look across all the men.
The ladies corsages had gypsophila instead of the eryngium to give a softer, more feminine look.
The buttonholes at the venue all ready to be pinned on!
The ceremony area was decorated with chair ends, a personalised box and large pedestal arrangements, all of which was moved over to the reception area afterwards. The chair ends featured a pink rose and gypsophila, with luxury chiffon fabric trailing to the floor. On alternate chairs the bride and groom added sweet little hearts.
The Beauty and the Beast theme continued throughout the tables - they all featured a single rose in a glass dome, representing the enchanted rose in the fairytale. On some of the tables these were raised up on stacked books and on the others the base was a wooden log slice. On these tables the chair ends were moved over and added into little jam jars as extra decoration.
There were lots of lovely little touches in this wedding, including a real life pumpkin carriage! I just want to give a special shout out to Luca's Cakes - how completely incredible is this wedding cake?!
The beautiful professional photographs for this wedding come from Aaron Crowe - take a look below!
I hope Rhiannon and Ryan had the most magical day 💗
Claire and Mike were married on 22 June 2019 at Mulberry House. They chose a classic all white and green look for their flowers including lots of my favourites - especially peonies and sweet peas! They had clearly put a lot of thought into decorating the venue as every area was covered, including the entrance to the ceremony room, the staircase where the bride makes her entrance and little personalised touches for all their tables. The professional photos here come from Sean East Photography. Wishing a long and happy future to Claire and Mike!
Claire's bouquet was beautiful and smelt amazing! The jasmine trails coming out at the sides looked so pretty and really helped to break up the white so you could see and appreciate all the different textures.
The bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Claire's bouquet, all finished with a soft grey ribbon.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
There were three flower girls - two carried a gypsophila wand, one of my most popular designs for the little bridesmaids, and wore a matching flower crown while the little maid wore a mini wrist corsage on matching ribbon to the bouquets.
The groom wore a double buttonhole featuring spray roses to keep it more delicate, with a single rose for the other men to match.
There were also three mini buttonholes for the page boys which were so cute! I used a smaller headed spray rose, less gyp and less foliage to keep them in proportion with the wearer.
The two mums wore corsages to compliment the men's buttonholes, with a double rose like the groom but with the addition of astilbe which added a little feminine touch.
Claire and Mike had clearly put a lot of thought into decorating the venue as every area was covered, including the entrance to the ceremony room, the staircase where the bride makes her entrance and little personalised touches for all their tables.
The box that went on the ceremony table and later the top table was huge! Once full of floral foam and flowers it was so heavy it took two of us to carry it in!
Claire wasn't keen on the area outside the entrance to the ceremony room so wanted to add a little extra decor - she provided some lanterns and the chalkboards and I added in my wooden crates which the couple hired off me as well as some galvanised tins with flowers in. I even ended up moving the cigarette bin and hiding it behind a bush to make the area a little prettier!
The staircase where the bride made her entrance - I wrapped a mixed foliage garland around the bannister and added in little groupings of flowers which were in water vials to keep them fresh.
A little behind the scenes view of studio as I was designing the flowers! That was a lot of crates to fill - keep reading to see them in use!
The personalised wooden crates were used as centrepieces on the tables and made for lovely keepsakes after the wedding (I'm not sure what happened to the colouring in these photos!)
A couple of thank you gift bouquets finished the flowers off.
The professional photos here come from Sean East Photography.
Wishing a long and happy future to Claire and Mike!
Caroline and Chris were married on 22 June 2019 in a church ceremony followed by a reception at Colville Hall. They chose a beautiful mix of brights for their flowers with a tropical vibe; including peonies, protea, roses, astilbe, stocks, mini pineapple and a selection of ferns and other greens.
Caroline's bouquet was a stunner! Big statement flowers, fabulous foliages and all finished with beautiful trailing pink and coral ribbons.
Quite a list of flowers!
The bridesmaids carried smaller, simpler versions of Caroline's bouquet, finished with neat pink ribbon. These looked stunning against their bright dresses, keep reading to see more!
Chris' buttonhole incorporated several of the flowers from Caroline's bouquet - pink and orange spray roses with a bridal protea and foliage.
The other men's buttonholes were very similar just without the protea, all finished with coral ribbon.
There were also a couple of corsages for the mums - same flowers but with pink ribbon rather than the coral.
The stunning professional photographs were captured by The Humble Photography Company - check them out below!
Wishing Caroline and Chris a long and happy future together! 💗🧡