Another of our gorgeous couples featured on a wedding blog, this time it was Jenny and Dave’s spring wedding featured on Love My Dress. The mix of yellow spring wedding flowers looked stunning at Packington Moor Farm. Photos again by the wonderful Nicola, Daffodil Waves. See the full write up here on Love My Dress or browse below to see our favourite images.
Yellow Spring Wedding Flowers
Spring Yellow Bridal Bouquet
For Jenny’s bridal bouquet we kept to a just picked, loose style hand tied bouquet to reflect the rustic style of Packington Moor Farm. Her bouquet was a mix of yellow and white spring flowers including honeymoon tulips, daisies, yellow tulips, yellow ranunculus, white ranunculus as well as black and white anemones. The bouquet was finished off with a lace wrap.
Flower Girl Pomander
For her gorgeous flower girl Millie we made a pomander from white gypsophilia with lace to hang. Pomanders are often easier for young flower girls to hold rather than posies and can look pretty hanging from their chair back when they want to put them down.
Random Mix Of Spring Button Boles
We made a mix of different button holes, all were spring flowers in either yellow or white or both the stems were finished off with twine, lace or yellow gingham ribbon. Having a mix of button holes is a nice idea for a relaxed informal wedding, they can then choose the button hole they like the best. We used a mix of white ranunculus, yellow ranunculus, white tulips, yellow billy balls (craspedia), daisies and gypsophilia. Brown luggage tags are a great way to display the names of who is having a button hole, it stops any confusion the morning of the wedding.
The Dessert Table
Jenny and Dave created a wonderful dessert table at Packington Moor Farm.The centre piece was their yellow daisy cake with mini bunting as the cake topper spelling out Mr & Mrs. This is available from The Wedding of my Dreams, Passion for Flowers brides don’t forget when placing your order you get a 10% discount. Around the cake were cake pops, biscuits, and chocolate treats in a range of jugs and bowls Jenny had collected.