I feel quite honored to not have only supplied the flowers for Cara's wedding but also for her mum and sister too. It was a beautiful sunny day at Rufflets making it ideal for an outdoor ceremony within the beautiful gardens. The bamboo arch with a floral canopy created a backdrop for the ceremony whilst glass lanterns dressed the aisle.
The bridal bouquets were in a lovely aubergine, grape and mauve colour scheme with tones chosen to compliment the varied maids dresses. The bouquets featured calla lilies, astrantias, mauve roses, grey thistles, sweet peas, wax flowers and accents of seeded eucalyptus.
The flower girls who looked adorable carried baskets filled with petals and circlets in their hair.
On the guest tables in the Garden Suite were Rufflets Glass Lanterns set in among a textured floral and foliage base. The bridal bouquets were staged in vases along the top table. Not only is this a great way to utilise the bouquets it also keeps them hydrated for longer particularly on a warm day.
Photographing the day was the talented duo that is Alan & Gill at Burfly Photography
"Our wedding flowers were all perfect in every way! Cara"
Due to living overseas, Emma's wedding flowers were fully coordinated by her lovely mum. The ceremony took place at the beautiful St. Salvators Chapel in St. Andrews, which had many guests marveling at the interiors and architecture.
The reception was held at Rufflets. This stunning venue has the most beautiful grounds for photographs and a purpose built garden suite for wedding receptions. The soft grey mauve tones of the room decor perfectly complimented the tall candelabra centrepieces that dressed the guest tables.
Claire Tennant Photography quite often photographs our Rufflets weddings and as you can see she has quite the eye for detail and for capturing stunning photos