As the summer wedding season is now well under-way I thought I should share some more of my recent wedding flowers before I end up months behind and sharing 100’s of images in one fell swoop!! So here is another pretty pastel and peach palette from Becca and Nick’s Cheltenham wedding back in April, filled with beautiful blooms. This lovely couple were married at Badgeworth Church followed by celebrations at The Manor by the Lake in Cheltenham on a bright, sunny spring day.
Becca’s hand-tied bouquet was filled with soft cream and peach flowers including David Austin ‘Juliet’ roses, ‘Avalanche’ roses, ranunculus, stocks, frilly tulips, daffodils, freesia, lisianthus and eucalyptus foliage.
The bridesmaids bouquets were a similar, smaller version of Becca’s bouquet.
The boys buttonholes were a more vibrant coral colour to stand out against their grey suits, I used ‘Miss Piggy’ roses with gypsophila and eucalyptus foliage. The groom’s buttonhole also had a couple of small spray roses in it.
The ladies in the bridal party had delicate corsages of spray roses, gypsophila, jasmine tendrils and olive foliage.
Becca had bought some wicker and twine hearts to which I added a posy of cream flowers to use as a pew end, these were then moved to decorate the venue.
The venue was decorated by the family so I will leave you with another of the brides bouquet, thanks to Becca and Nick for booking me to do their wedding flowers and thanks to you dear reader for reading! More spring weddings coming up soon….
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