Sophie and Paul were married on 28 September 2018 at The Fennes. They went for a soft pink and ivory colour scheme to match the rose gold touches running throughout the wedding and everything looked so lovely. Astilbe was the focal flower and this beautifully complimented by menta roses, hydrangea, spray roses, astrantia and gyp, with two different types of eucalyptus.
Sophie's bouquet featured a little memory charm enclosing a photograph of her late father which was a really lovely touch. The groom had a similar thing on his buttonhole - what a nice way to ensure your loved ones are all with you on your big day.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets of mostly gypsophila with a few roses and some fluffy astilbe, and were finished with trails of pink, ivory and gold ribbon.
All boxed up and ready for delivery!
The groom's bouquet drew out flowers from the bridal bouquet in a small grouping of spray roses, astilbe and gypsophila. The groomsmen had a pink spray rose with gyp and there was also a wrist corsage for the bride's mum on a beautiful pearl beaded bracelet with matching flowers from the wedding.
We decorated the chairs lining the aisle of the ceremony area with small jam jars of mixed flowers, which were later moved over to be added to the table centrepieces.
I absolutely loved the sequined rose gold runners that the bride and groom got for their tables - they really set off the colours of the astilbe and the pink ribbon around the neck of the mason jars.
Wishing all the best for the future for this lovely couple!