Gill and Garth got married at Norwich Castle registry office they then went back to their house and had a tipi in the garden for the afternoon and evening celebrations. Gills wanted her bouquet to be full of big blowsy blooms and to match in with her gorgeous coral toned dress, flowers included ‘Coral Charm’ peonies, ‘Romantic Antike’ roses, ‘Bridal Piano’ rose, with deep burgundy ‘Rubicon’ spray roses worked throughout to add depth, dried lavender, rosemary and eucalyptus peeked out amongst the blooms too loose the look slightly and to add a soft texture.
The buttonholes were a cluster style made from scented rosemary, dried lavender, olive and curry plant cuddled together for a natural, relaxed style they were finished with a neat band of twine around the bind point. They also had two wrist corsages for Gill’s daughter and son’s girlfriend, they were made from a single ‘Bridal Piano’ rose nestled together with dried lavender, rosemary and eucalyptus foliages. For the tipi Gill and Garth wanted a few mis matched jam jars to sit on each table, filled with garden style flowers, to look as though they have been gathered from the beautiful surroundings of the garden.