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!