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!