Peaches and cream: Lindsey and Paul’s vintage style wedding at The Curradine Barns, Worcestershire
Posted on April 30th, 2015
So as you know I do love a rustic, vintage style wedding so I was very happy to play a small part in Lindsey and Paul’s wedding at the beautiful Curradine Barns a few weeks ago. Their colour scheme was creams, blush pinks and soft peaches and there were lovely vintage details everywhere, so I’ve lots of lovely pictures to share with you.
First up, Lindsey’s bouquet – a handtied bouquet with David Austin ‘Juliet’ roses, ranunculus, tulips, freesia, astilble, lisianthus, waxflower, spray roses and silver brunia.
Paul’s brief for his buttonhole was rustic and not too big! So I used a small peach spray rose with brunia, astilbe, waxflower and olive foliage to match it to the bouquets and tied it with a little knot of garden twine.
The first thing to welcome guest was my vintage bicycle, with it’s basket full of pretty flowers, surrounded by some huge round balloons.
There were little vintage details all round the barns which I enhanced with groupings and vases of pretty flowers including a vintage typewriter, gilt frame table plan and a display of upcycled vintage frames with flowers hanging behind the top table.
The tables were adorned with groupings of flowers in vintage cut glass vases which Lindsey had been collecting for months! The mismatched vases, along with candles and Lindsey’s home-made jam favours really gave a romantic and relaxed feel to the space inside the barns. I used a mix of flowers including roses, lisianthus, freesia, tulips, stocks, gypsophila, hypericum and my favourite, the papery blush pink ranunculus.
So as you can see a very pretty peach vintage wedding, full of ideas to inspire along with lots of lovely flowers. Thanks to Lindsey and Paul for having me to do their flowers, I’ll leave you with one last image of Lindsey’s bouquet.
All images copyright of Jenny Fleur Event Florist – please do not use or reproduce without permission 🙂
If you like the look of the Curradine Barns then do check out their website www.curradinebarns.co.uk it’s a great venue for a country wedding.