This was such a lovely wedding, from my very first meeting with Lucy and Christopher, who were such happy positive clients to work with, right through to their wedding day, where the early morning showers gave way to bright sunshine in perfect time for the ceremony. I knew that the wedding was beautiful but these photos from Natasha Hurley (www.natashahurley.com) made it look even more amazing, thank you Natasha!!
The soft peachy/creamy colours mixed with soft blue that Lucy chose for her bridal work are a real favourite of mine which made it all the more lovely to make!!
We made Christopher a buttonhole of ivory spray roses and pale blue delphinium buds to echo the flowers in Lucy’s bouquet.
At the local village church we decorated the handrails at the entrance with a garland of flowers which looked lovely.
After the ceremony, everyone headed back across the fields to Lucy and Christopher’s house for a lovely reception in a marquee in the garden.
At the entrance to the marquee was a large table plan which we surrounded with a flower garland.
On the dining tables we placed alternating tall silver candelabra and silver rose bowls .
On the top table we placed 3 small silver rose bowls with a mix of roses, peonies, stocks, hydrangea and delphiniums.
At the base of each rose bowl and candlestick we placed small single stem vases of roses and gypsophila.
The wedding cake had flowers between each tier and a small dome on the top. It looked stunning.