Here are some lovely photos from Ceri and Frances’ glamorous Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons wedding in August. The wedding was full of beautiful floral accents and details which made the La Belle Epoque look extra special.
The arrangements were packed full of hydrangea and roses teamed with soft eucalyptus. Spray roses were mixed with larger headed avalanche roses and garden varieties such as white O’Hara. These added a delicate texture and fabulous scent.
Many thanks to Barker Evans Photography for capturing the day so beautifully and allowing me to use these stunning images.
Kimberley and Sam got married at the fabulous Aynhoe Park in early July. Their wedding reception was held in the beautiful orangery followed by a marquee reception in the grounds.
Hydrangea, peonies and delphiniums were combined with peach talea and O’Hara garden roses. The colour scheme was subtle and summery with hues of ivory and pale peach.
Many thanks to Jackson and Co Photography for these stunning images!
I am really excited to post these stunning images from Jess and Jonathan’s wedding back in June at Caswell House. Seasonal flowers in soft pink and peach tones were used throughout their arrangements. These included coral flame peonies, Sarah Bernhardt peonies, scented stocks, sweet avalanche roses and astilbe.
Tied bunches of flowers were placed on alternating pew ends throughout the ceremony room.
Jess’s bridesmaids wore delicate circlets made from white gypsophila.
Large peony blooms were placed in assorted bud vases to decorate the cake table.
The wedding breakfast tables were decorated with antique gold rose bowls filled with peonies, roses and stocks.
Many thanks to Georgi Mabee for taking these beautiful photos!
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Faye and Andy got married on Easter weekend at Cripps Barn near Bibury. The colour palette was fresh and vibrant with shades of peach, coral, lavender, apple green and ivory.
The ceremony room was decorated with two large arrangements suspended from the barn ceiling. Eclectic vases and galvanised buckets filled with bunches of flowers and hydrangea plants decorated the candlelit fireplace.
Many thanks to Especially Amy for this lovely photo!
Cleo and Ryan got married at Notley Abbey on a beautiful, sunny Saturday in April. Cleo was keen to have a floral filled wedding with lots of scented seasonal blooms such as peonies, lilac, lily of the valley, sweet peas, stocks and garden roses.
Silver mercury vases were dotted around the venue filled with bunches of spring blooms. A large floral wreath hung on the entrance doorway with tall birch trees standing either side. The Monk’s refectory was decorated with eclectic silver rose bowls and tall silver urns filled with arrangements of white hydrangea, stocks, sweet peas, lilac, garden roses and eucalyptus.
Many thanks to Ann-Kathrin Koch for these stunning images!
Some lovely words from Cleo: ‘Rebecca, The Bespoke Florist, was a dream come true! We immediately clicked with her when we first met. She was so professional, and yet so personable at the same time. I was impressed with all the research she had done prior to our first meeting. We knew straight away that she was the florist for us!
From then on the flower planning process went without a hitch. There was absolutely no cause to worry. EVERYTHING was done on the day of our wedding to an incredibly high standard. Every detail was perfect. I don’t know how Rebecca managed it all! The flowers were beautiful and looked so fresh.
We were so happy with everything on the day, especially the flowers. Without Rebecca I don’t think our wedding would have been as amazing as it was! Thank you!’
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