Friday, 28 June 2013

Spring Wedding Flowers - Packington Moor

This lovely wedding took place back in April at the gorgeous Packington Moor , and happened to be for my sister in law Jo, and future brother in law Rich.
To coordinate with the blue bridesmaid dresses, and also to compliment the beautiful barn setting, Jo asked for rustic seasonal flowers, and heres what we came up with. I really love this colour scheme, perfect for a spring wedding. 

The bridal and bridesmaids bouquets were bound with natural raffia.

Cute little mens buttonholes of daisies and muscari.

To line the aisle , we made lovely little buckets of flowers.

Here they are before we delivered them to the venue, on the stairs in my shop . )  I definately think we should do this all the time in the shop :)

Milk churns with informal white and green flowers were placed at the entrance of the ceremony room. You will be seeing alot more of these milk churns in upcoming blog posts, we have hired them many times this year.

The happy couple and their bridesmaids ( yes sadly it did rain)...

And one last one, of me and my hair ! I dont normally post pictures of myself on the blog but thought this may give a little bit of inspiration for hair flowers. I love lily of the valley, so really wanted to wear it in my hair for the wedding.

Monday, 24 June 2013

Jade and Russell ....

Remember the lovely romantic bouquets in the last blog post , Peonies, Hydrangeas and Roses?
Here they are again with the lovely couple themselves. 
Thankyou Jade and Russell for sending these images to me, and hope you had a lovely day ! xx

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Peonies, Hydrangeas and Roses

This time of year is so lovely. The summer flowers are starting to come through and above all its peony time. In my opinion these big blousy blooms are the jewel of May and June, so we use them as much as possible to make the most of their short season. 
With hydrangeas and roses added into the mix, we have some very pretty wedding flowers indeed......

Venue photographs taken at the stunning Prestwold Hall.