JO & COLIN
Jo was a bride that loved colour, she wanted her wedding flowers to be bold with a slight nod to autumn, for the kids to be an integral part of the wedding day, for their to be love and laughter and to marry her beau Colin. This was most definitely achieved.
For the page boys there was LEGO buttonholes and for the flower girls, they wore dainty wrist corsages. The maids who wore the most gorgeous velvet dresses carried rich coloured bouquets of Aconitum, Chrysanthemum Blooms, Lisianthus, Phlox and Roses, designed to match the brides bouquet.
A Moongate Arch was created for the ceremony in complimenting bold colours whilst the aisle chair sashes were adorned with a hydrangea bloom adding an extra pop of colour. As you will see the Moongate Arch became a backdrop for the guest photographs.
The guest tables were dressed with cylinder vase trio of candles with rich green ruscus foliage. Perfect for ambient lighting later in the evening.
Wedding photos courtesy of Mairi Claire Photography
"Our flowers were amazing! thank you so so much xxx" Joanna
ELLIS & NEIL
Ellis' bridal bouquets were beautifully scented, with blush pink peonies and sweet peas for aroma and feathery ferns for texture. The Mother of the Bride looked stunning with a hairpiece created with fabric flowers to match her shoes and dainty white orchids- very glamorous!
The ceremony took place at St. Margaret Church, Barnhill where groupings of roses with soft ferns decorated the aisle and upon the altar as an elongated arrangement of pink hydrangeas, roses in blush and ivory, peonies and those heavenly sweet peas.
Tall martini vases of hydrangeas and ferns with cascading pearls or silver candelabras with a ring of roses dressed the guest tables. An elegant look with an slight Art Deco vibe.
Photographing the wedding was the lovely Siobhan Diamond Photography who supplied these gorgeous images.