Vikki and Jim were married on 3 December 2021 at Marks Hall. They went heavy on the foliages with a few flowers in whites and pinks, with festive touches in the bouquets in the form of pine cones and pheasant feathers. Vikki's bouquet was finished with simple rose gold ribbon.
The five bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bride's bouquet, but finished with ivory ribbon.
Jim's buttonhole featured a large white rose, with a thistle and mixed foliages, plus I added a small feather to compliment the bridal bouquet.
The other men wore a smaller version with a spray rose and mixed foliages.
Delivered to the venue.
The bride and groom decorated the tables themselves so at the venue I just provided simple yet beautiful chair ends and florals for the cake. And with that stunning Christmas tree in the corner and all the lights, the room really didn't need much else!
We also decorated the cake with two groupings of flowers and a mixed foliage garland around the base.
A little preview of the happy couple, courtesy of Elizabeth Jayne Photography.
I hope Vikki and Jim had the best day!!
Kate and Luke were married on 14 November 2021 at The Lion Inn. They chose classic all whites for their winter theme, with bleached foliages and trailing mint green ribbons to match the bridesmaid dresses. Kate's bouquet included some bleached foliage, with roses, lisianthus, hypericum berries and eucalyptus.
The five bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet.
Luke's buttonhole featured lisianthus blooms, bleached ruscus and mixed foliages, finished with mint green ribbon.
The other men wore smaller versions, with a single flower and just green foliage.
For the ladies we made wrist corsages on ivory ribbon, with all white flowers and greenery.
Delivered to the venue!
The ceremony was held in a small room off to the side, kept quite intimate with just a few special guests. We placed a 'long and low' arrangement on the table which would later be moved over to the top table.
On the top table was the long arrangement, with additional foliage along the rest of the table. The couple decorated the rest of the tables themselves.
We dressed the single tier cake with a few fresh flowers.
A little preview courtesy of the bride!
I hope Kate and Luke had a wonderful day!
Sarah and Chris were married on 29 October 2021 at Houchins. They chose pretty pinks and whites, with pops of burgundy to add a beautiful autumnal touch. Sarah's bouquet looked so lovely, kept fairly neat but with lots of different textures and trailing burgundy and rose gold ribbons.
Sarah had flowers for her sister and the little flower girl - rather than a traditional bouquet they each carried a floral hoop down the aisle. They looked so pretty!
Chris' buttonhole featured a pink rose, astrantia, gyp and some foliage.
The other men wore buttonholes of all gypsophila, finished with a rustic hessian ribbon.
For the ladies there were corsages - two wore them on their wrists and the other on their lapel.
Delivered to the venue!
Outside the venue we hung small jars of gyp on the shepherds crooks lining the entrance.
The ceremony was held inside, with a beautiful long and low on the table and posies of gypsophila adorning the chairs.
The venue looked stunning set up in a banquet style with flowers, foliage and candles running down the centre.
After the ceremony the long and low was moved over to the top table, with additional foliage and candles along the rest of the table.
There were a few candles leftover and an extra vase for the chair ends, so we arranged these on the welcome table with a few sprigs of foliage weaving between them.
The lovely photos of the happy couple come courtesy of Big Fish Photography.
I hope Sarah and Chris had a wonderful day!
Neil and Paul were married on 9 October 2021 at Little Channels. They chose classic autumnal tones for their flowers, with deep reds and burnt oranges. The two gorgeous grooms wore large buttonholes of a calla lily, orchid, berries and foliages.
The other men wore similar buttonholes but without the orchids - we kept these special for the grooms.
For the female members of the bridal party we provided some beautiful wrist corsages on fabric snap bands.
There was also a hair comb for the little flower girl.
The sign at the entrance welcomed guests into the venue, decorated with a simple garland of mixed foliages. On one side was the welcome sign which was later turned around to reveal the table plan.
The ceremony area looked beautiful all set up - we used some of the elements from the tables to decorate the aisle, with a display along the ceremony table featuring moss, flowers, succulents and candles.
Crates of gorgeousness!
I had so much fun decorating the tables with logs, moss, flowers, tealights and succulents.
The stunning cake was made by Cakes at Kim's and we decorated this with beautiful blooms.
A couple of thank you bouquets to finish!
I just love the happiness in every photo by Bloomwood Photography - it looks like such a fun day!
Congratulations to Neil and Paul!
Rachel and Craig were married on 2 October 2021 at Old Brook Barn. They chose pretty pastels for their flowers, with a mix of pink, lilac, lemon, peach and blue. Rachel's bouquet was a mix of roses, delphinium, stocks, lisianthus and astilbe, with soft toned foliages to compliment.
[I took the photos quite late in the day so the lighting wasn't great, which doesn't show off the flowers at their best!]
Rachel had one adult bridesmaid who carried a smaller version of her bouquet, and one child bridesmaid who carried a smaller bouquet still. All of the bouquets were finished with ivory ribbon kept neat to the stems.
Ready for delivery!
There were also heart shaped wands of gypsophila, which we finished with mixed pastel ribbons to bring in the colours of the wedding.
Craig's buttonhole featured spray roses, delphinium, lavender and foliages, bringing in some of the colours of the wedding.
His groomsmen wore smaller buttonholes of just small purple flowers and mixed foliages.
The venue has a beautiful bridge going across the stream, leading the guests into the reception barn. We decorated the bridge with posies of flowers and a stunning floral heart hung on the wall.
The tables complimented the rustic feel of the barn with log slices, vases of flowers and tins of gyp. A personalised box with the couple's names adorned the top table, with arrangements to match the centrepieces at either end.
The beautiful cake was made by Tinas TCakes and we provided a lovely selection of blooms for decorating.
And just a couple of thank you bouquets for the mums to finish off!
A little preview of the happy couple courtesy of Catherine Brooks Photography.
I hope Rachel and Craig had a lovely day!