Hops at Homme House – Autumn wedding flowers for Ginny and Tim
Posted on March 20th, 2016
Homme House in Much Marcle, Herefordshire is up there as one of my favourite wedding venues to work at, so I was more than happy to add another Autumn wedding to my Homme portfolio!
Ginny and Tim wanted to go for a relaxed, classic look for their flowers in whites and greens but with a little hint of Autumn in the Herefordshire countryside by including hops and apples. Another Homme House regular, Russell Lewis captured their day beautifully, and I’ve shared a few images of my own as well – enjoy!
Ginny’s bouquet comprised of white garden roses, ivory Avalanche roses, spray roses, dahlia, bouvardia, waxflower, freesia and lisianthus with some feathery asparagus fern, simply bound with ivory satin ribbon and a little navy ribbon to tie in with their wedding colours. The bridesmaids each had a smaller version of the brides bouquet and a hair comb with wax flowers.
The gents buttonholes were a classic ivory rose with variegated pittosporum foliage and asparagus fern, bound with a twist of navy ribbon; whilst the ladies had a dainty spray roses and freesia corsage with pretty waxflowers. Tim’s buttonhole had some white hypericum berries and a spray rose.
It wouldn’t be a Jenny Fleur wedding at Homme House without a floral arrangement on their imposing front door and this time I went for a simple wreath of local Herefordshire Hops and wax flowers.
The couple had their reception in a marquee on the lawn and each table had a candelabra arrangement using white flowers, lots of foliage and hops. I attached a garland of hops to the front of the top table and dressed it with candles and little crab apples. I also decorated the inside of Homme House with flowers in the bar area, the stairs, the wedding cake and the mantle piece in the dining room where the couple had put their initials, G&T – contender for best ever combo of letters?!
Thank you to Ginny & Tim for having me to do the flowers for this lovely wedding and to Russell for allowing me to share the images, you can see more of his work at www.russelllewisphotography.co.uk
I’ll leave you with a lovely image of the happy couple in the walled garden at Homme House and you can have a look at other Homme weddings I’ve flowered up by clicking here