Somethings happen for a reason and I was lucky enough to meet Jin and Atul at a Wedding Fair when they came to meet their String Quartet and they fell in love with our flower designs. We worked with Jin and Atul from a distance in the early planning stages as they were planning their wedding from their base in Scotland. We later visited their elegant wedding venue Heath House together to finalise details.
BRIDAL BOUQUET – BLUSH PINK ROSES WITH DUSTY BLUE THISTLES, HYDRANGEAS & FOLIAGE
This image by the talented Jo Hastings beautifully captured the elegance of the second part of Atul and Jin’s wedding day. Yes they had two wedding ceremonies. I just love how the bridal bouquet with its blush pink roses and dusty blue thistles for Atul’s Scottish links complement the beautiful oil painting. Heath House if full of the most amazing antiques and beautiful works of art.
BRIDESMAIDS BOUQUETS – WHITE HYDRANGEAS WITH BLUSH PINK ROSES & FOLIAGE
The bridesmaids look so elegant in their full length dresses and hand tied bouquets finished with trailing ribbon. Their dress colours picked up the soft blue tone of the thistles in the birdes bouquet prefectly.
CREAM ROSE & DUSTY BLUE THISTLE BUTTON HOLES
The boys wore an elegant button hole.
WEDDING AT HEATH HOUSE – INDOOR WEDDING CEREMONY FLOWERS
Inside Heath House there are some many beautiful antiques that it was fitting to add footed bowls brimming with elegant summer flowers to complete the look.
WEDDING AT HEATH HOUSE – BLUSH PINK, WHITE & BLUE FLOWERS IN LOW FOOTED BOWLS & TALL CANDELABRA FOR CENTREPIECES
The marquee was set for an elegant celebration with tall candelabra and low silver footed blows. The central top table was decorated with a tall candelabra with a statement floral piece. We added touches of trailing amaranthus, , soft lisianthus, dill and spray roses to the mix
THE GROUNDS AT HEATH HOUSE
The grounds at Heath House are simply breathtaking just perfect for shots of the newlyweds.
Rachael and Stuart had a beautiful autumn wedding at the delightful Nuthurst Grange in Warwickshire, just perfect for a classic elegant style.
DUSKY PINK ROSE BUTTON HOLES
The boys had button holes with quicksand dusky pink roses, we added snippets of astrantia to Stuarts and incorporated fuller sweet avalanche roses with astrantia for the ladies. Scented freesia are always a favourite too.
BRIDAL BOUQUET – DUSKY PINK ROSES & HYDRANGEAS
Rachael had a most romantic dress and this shot showing her just finishing off looks amazing. She chose a bouquet of dusky pink roses with hydrangea to keep to her classic elegant look.
BRIDESMAIDS BOUQUETS – MIX OF DUSKY PINK ROSES & HYDRANGEAS
I love the soft tones and detail on the bridesmaids’ dresses and we choose hydrangea and the mix of dusky pink roses when we met with Rachael. It is always a good idea to take fabric swatches along when you visit your florist to check on colours. I feel that a mix of tones work much better to pull the look together and give some variety to the bouquets.
INTIMATE WEDDING CEREMONY AT NUTHURST GRANGE
The barn at Nuthurst Grange offers a great space for an intimate wedding ceremony with family and friends. In the autumn candlelight adds to the romantic setting with big blousy flowers.
Jenny and Matt tied the knot at Packington Moor where we love creating beautiful flowers for our Passion for Flowers couples.
PACKINGTON MOOR WEDDING
Summer weddings and bunting go hand in hand, particularly at the lovely Packington Moor, the gorgeous courtyard was decorated with bunting and personalised wedding signs to create a warm welcome to the wedding guests.
RUSTIC BRIDAL BOUQUET – CREAM HYDRANGEAS AND DUSKY PINK ROSES
Jenny asked us to create a romantic rustic bridal bouquet with hydrangeas, dusky pink roses, nigella and lisianthus finished with a gorgeous locket.
DUSKY PINK ROSE BUTTONHOLES
The dusky pink buttonholes had a touch of nigella added to the dusky pink rose.
BRIDESMAIDS BOUQUETS IN CREAM JUGS
We delivered the bouquets in lovely cream jugs hand tied with raffia and the names of the bridesmaids.
PACKINGTON MOOR WEDDING CEREMONY – ARCH
The rustic barn at Packington Moor is a wonderful place for a wedding ceremony and the arch creates a great focal point. We added a rustic mix of eucalyptus, dreamy gypsophila and blousy hydrangeas, soft roses with lisianthus.
ROSES AND HYDRANGEAS IN RUSTIC WOODEN CRATES AT PACKINGTON MOOR
We always recommend that wedding flowers and decorations tie in with the setting of the venue so rustic wooden crates are just perfect for Packington Moor. We filled the rustic wooden crates with roses and hydrangeas.
PACKINGTON MOOR WEDDING RECEPTION – BUNTING, TREE SLICES & HESSIAN
The wedding reception was decorated with more bunting and the tables decorated with hessian and tree slices. Just Married bunting was strung along the top table with bark vases filled with flowers. The stationery was created by a dear wedding industry friend of ours Lucy Ledger and just fitted perfectly with the flowers and decoration and the cake by another of our wedding industry friends the talented Tracy of Cotton and Crumbs. We always love it when we work with other creative talents to bring a wedding day to life.
Emma and Nathan chose Hogarths Hotel to tie the knot. They planned a gorgeous day with a colour scheme of soft muted pinks, cream and navy for the girls dresses and we created a romantic look with a mix of soft flowers in muted pinks and creams.
CANDELABRA CENTREPIECES HOGARTHS HOTEL
The tables looked amazing with large silver candelabra draped with pearls and a lavish arrangement of blousy roses including cream and dusky pink roses, scented freesias, astrantia, astilbe (feathery) in soft pink, gypsophila as a delicate filler and small touches of pittosporum.