Sophie and Ben were married on 30 May 2019 at Gaynes Park. They went for a beautiful mix of white and blush pink flowers, including peonies and sweet peas - my two favourites!
Sophie's bouquet was a stunner - just a subtle amount of pink coming through amongst the whites and eucalyptus foliage. And I just love this bench at Gaynes Park that is the perfect backdrop for photos - I think every florist who works at this venue takes a photo of the bridal bouquet on the bench!
The bridesmaid and junior bridesmaid bouquets were mostly gypsophila, with some white roses and astilbe - such a pretty design that I've done several times before in both white and pink. Something like this really helps the bridal bouquet to stand out as a statement piece.
There was also a little flower girl who had a super cute heart shaped wand of gypsophila, with beautiful trailing ribbons.
All the bouquets boxed up and ready for delivery!
The groom's buttonhole featured a larger pink rose with a white spray rose, gypsophila and eucalyptus. The other men's buttonholes complimented this just without the pink rose.
There were also three ladies' corsages which matched the buttonholes. These particular spray roses came with lots of little buds and it seemed a shame for them to go to waste so I added one into each of the buttonholes and corsages to add a little dimension.
At the venue I decorated the ceremony area with a small 'long and low' and a simple foliage garland - but sometimes simple is all you need! It complimented the already beautiful orangery at Gaynes Park perfectly.
Here's a few sneak peeks of the bride and groom and the bride with her maids, courtesy of the bride.
Congratulations to the newlyweds! 💗