AMANDA & VICTORIA
Amanda & Victoria chose the most delicious colour palette for their wedding flowers- to create the florals we used paprika coloured Achillea & Anigozanthus, soft peach Spray Roses & Lisianthus and roses in the the most gorgeous shades of nude, golden mustard and toffee.
Whilst the bridal parties looked absolutely gorgeous, I think the couples Labrador just might have stolen the show..such a beautiful dog!
Professional images courtesy of Lewis Cannon Photography
" Love! thanks you so much!" A & V
NUALA & STUART
Nuala & Stuart were married at Forbes of Kingennie on rather a windy day so the Moongate Arch became quite a feature for group photographs. In fact most of the floral elements were dual purpose with the guest table centerpieces initially being used to dress the aisle for the ceremony along with tieds of pink gypsophlia.
I adore succulents so featuring them within the bouquet and centrepieces was such a joy and I love the fact they can be replanted in soil as a lasting memory from the wedding day.
Professional images by Graeme Wilson Photography
"Can't get over how beautiful the flowers were, Absolutely loved it all! Thank you again so so much, you are the best!xxx" Nuala"
JO & GARETH
Jo & Gareth love everything orange! Their brief was to create designs that were mainly sustainable, combined fresh and dried flowers, natural green elements and that all important colour- orange!
The bouquets we created using dried bunny tails and palm spears, nude roses, orange celosia and leucospermum plus an array of foliage's including carrot leaves.
For the ceremony we wanted to create a bold design, so we coloured large dried palms leaves orange and combined these with natural coloured pampas and palm leaves, green tropical palms and the overall look was striking!
The table designs were a staged setting of mixed herbs and Nertera plants in biodegradable pots with natural bunny tails in a moss covered bottle. Placed on a wood slice with accents of moss at the base they had a beautifully rustic and scented appeal.
Loved this wedding, it was funny and happy just like the lovely couple.
Professional images by Lewis Cannon Photography
JILL & CHRIS
On their third wedding date, Jill & Chris were finally able to say "I Do".
To complement the rose gold maids dresses, Jill chose a subtle pink and white colour scheme for her florals. The bouquets featured Garden and large headed Roses, Lisianthus, Astilbe and white Achillea.
For the groom , Jill supplied a LEGO figurine to nestle into the spray rose & thistle buttonhole
The Moongate Arch created with artificial blooms including hydrangeas and garden roses set the scene for the ceremony in the Buddon Suite.
On the tables were tall centrepieces, blousy in in style and in keeping in colour.
Professional images by Photography by Emilie
KIRSTEN & JAMES
Kirsten & James traveled up north to Scotland for their wedding, staying at Forbes of Kingennie.
The brief for Kirsten's flowers was flowers that were soft in colour, lots of textures and a slight hint of red to match Jame's kilt colours. Being savvy and with quite the bridal entourage they used their bouquets for the table centrepieces. A great way to keep the flowers hydrated and lasting for longer.
Photography by Emilie provided these gorgeous images from the wedding day.
"Words cannot express how amazing this dream team really are, after one meeting and a couple of emails they captured our visions, nothing was to much hassle and the end result was stunning. I could not have wished for a more beautiful set of flowers or amazing centerpieces. We would absolutely recommend to anyone thanks for all your hard work you guys are truly amazing" Kirsten