In between the winter festivities I have just received some stunning photos of the flowers I did for a gorgeous wedding back in September, so I just had to share!!
Lib & Ollie tied the knot in the picturesque setting of Talland Bay church, on a beautiful sunny day; perfect for pictures on the beach!!
Their style was natural and relaxed, full of handmade and home crafted elements; with a colour scheme of neutral creams combined with lavender and plum purples. Lib wore a delicate and pretty flower crown made from gypsophilia, perfect with her lace dress and gorgeous blonde curls!
The brides and bridesmaids bouquets were full of pretty, county-style flowers like freesia, scabious, astilbe, bouvardia, phlox and gypsophilia along with herbs including lavender and mint and some eryngium for texture and colour. I wrapped the stems in hessian to co-ordinate with the wedding styling and pinned a vintage brooch into the bridal bouquet.
The boys had a selection of buttonholes using scabious, eryngium, gyp and lavender, while the two gorgeous little flower girls had a sweet little basket each with gypsophilia and bouvardia.
The church had a beautiful archway entrance, perfect for a garland of flowers and seasonal hops, wheat and foliage, whilst the venue was simply decorated with groups of jam jar posies on the tables and a quirky vintage bike at the entrance. I also included some homemade confetti in keeping with the relaxed, handmade feeling of the day.
All in all a simply beautiful wedding, thanks to Lib & Ollie for including me in their special day, and particularly for sending these lovely photos! Happy memories xx