BETH & JAMES
Beth & James were married at Glencarse Church where we created a large welcome wreath for the entrance. The natural and dried theme continued inside the church with large urn pedestals setting the scene for the ceremony.
The bridal bouquets were soft and textured combining spray roses, waxflower and lisianthus, fresh foliage's with bleached bunny tails and ruscus. A slim partial floral circlet was worn by the bride whilst the flower girl carried the cutest floral horseshoe.
At the Byre the tables were dressed with staged settings of floral jars and candles in a circlet of foliage . A simple but effective look.
Whilst a winter wedding the only nod towards traditional red was that of the gents buttonholes and the festive candles. A refreshing change with colours not inspired by the season but by the detailing and colours of the bridal dresses and tartan wraps
Professional images by Suzanne Black Photography
" OMG! Amazing..Really Truly you couldn't have done any better with it all. So Great and Beautiful" Beth
JILLY & IAN
Roses in the softest shades of mauve, blousy white peonies and accents of lysimachia and astrantia formed the main basis of Jilly's summer bridal bouquets. They were soft and textured with foliage accents that beautifully complimented the dresses. The dapper looking Groom Ian and his gents wore traditional buttonholes of blue thistles, heather and foliage.
Within the Byre are two long troughs that frame the dance floor area, we decorated these to a summer woodland theme, think midsummer's night dream with soft colours and textures, natural tree branches for height and the twinkling glow of fairy lights.
Wonderful & Strange Photography provided these gorgeous photos from the day with a few added from our own collection.
"Wow! Thank you so much for the beautiful flowers you provided for our wedding. The bouquets were simply gorgeous and you brought my and wonderful visions for the troughs at Inchyra to life! I cannot recommend the team highly enough! From planning to delivery everything was perfect! " Jilly
Sheonagh's day was inspired by their holiday destinations, combining soft and warm autumnal tones with decorative accents from their travels.
The ceremony took place on the lawn in front of the mansion with a rustic arch decorated with florals and ribbons. In fact ribbons became an integral part of the wedding decor and finishing for the bridal bouquets.
The Byre was where most fun was had decorating the troughs with handmade trees, souk lanterns in a nod to holidays in Morocco, branches, stumps and more.
Each table was decorated according to place visited with a decorative elements and jars of flowers representative of the area. Hanging above were small foliage canopy designs with hanging glass baubles that had a habit of clinking together just when you thought you had everything level and stable. Just one of the trails and tribulations of working at heights with pieces of glass!
"I just wanted to say how very grateful I am to you for the effort you went to with my wedding flowers, Totally above and beyond and truly spectacular! I couldn't imagine that something so beautiful could be created, you are so talented.
I have had nothing but compliments about my flowers and how the whole day was decorated. They brought a tear to my eye on the day and when I look at the pictures of them, they still do!" Sheonagh