Vix and Malc were married last November in the gorgeous Kingscote Barn. If you are looking for a barn style venue be sure to check out Kingscote Barn, it is nestled amongst The Cotswold hills surrounded by beautiful countryside.
We first met Vix when she was working with Rock My Wedding at The National Wedding show. Her rustic styling ideas and peacock inspiration sounded just like the sort of wedding we wanted to be a part of.
Which flowers did we use to create a natural look?
After our initial consultation together we decided that a rustic mix of natural looking flowers would be used throughout the day with highlights of colour being influenced from the colours of peacock feathers. We used a mix of green hydrangeas, amni, eucalyptus pods, bitter balls, purple veronica, blue hydrangeas, thistles, astrantia and anemones.
Rustic bridal bouquet tied with twine
For her bridal bouquet we created a loose hand tied bouquet of green hydrangeas, amni, veronica, bitter balls and eucalyptus pods, the spiky elements create texture in the bouquet adding to the rustic look so it was in keeping with the surrounding countryside. Her bouquet was wrapped with twine. Feast your eyes on the photos below, doesn’t she look stunning.
Blue bridesmaids bouquets
The bridesmaids were wearing cobalt blue full length dresses, to complement these their bouquets we made from a blue hydrangeas base with veronica, eucalyptus pods, bitter balls and veronica, again tied with twine.
Vix’s dad made the wooden slices which were used to display the bouquets on, each one was engraved with their names so the bridesmaids could take them home as a gift.
Flower Girl Posy Tied With Twine
For little Isla we made a small whimsical posy of astrantia, bitter balls and veronica.
We created a mix of different button holes for the boys to choose from, each one was slightly different, we kept to a natural look tied with twine.
Wedding Flowers At Kingscote Barn ~ The Ceremony
The ceremony took place in the barn, down the sides of the barn are large windows which look out over the beautiful countryside, we filled the large window sills with a mix of bottles which they had collected themselves, again using blues, greens and natural rustic flowers. Vix and Malc added signs and hearts to the window sills and large round balloons lining the aisle.
The ceremony table had two cream lanterns filled with flowers and in the alcoves on the walls we added flowers to jugs and watering cans.
Vix and Malc also had giant letters M & V set up at the front of the barn from Vowed and Amazed
On the tables Vix’s dad had made more of the wooden tree slices, these were set in the centre of each table with a mix of bottles and jars filled with seasonal blooms.
There were some lovely details around the venue. Photo bunting was strung up against the walls, a photo book wedding guest book was laid out on a table, blackboard signs showing personalised cocktails available from the bar and the table plan was also done on a large blackboard.