Hattie and James got married on the 5th April, with the ceremony and reception both being held at The Norfolk Mead, as spring flowers were in full bloom they wanted them to feature in all the flower designs.
The bouquet had a stunning natural look with the flowers on slightly different levels and foliages peeking out too loosen the look, flowers included ranunculus, daises, tulips, ‘Avalanche’ and ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses, ‘Bombastic’ and `White Lady’ spray roses with palest blue toned eucalyptus foliages worked throughout, the bridesmaids had a smaller version than the bridal bouquet. A gorgeous, spring filled long and low design was on the ceremony table during the ‘I Do’s, which was then moved across onto the top table for the meal and evening celebrations.
Pretty bunches were then tied onto the sides of the chairs with shimmery ribbons with the ends left long, flowers including anemones, ranunculus, daisies, and scented narcissi opened up with powder blue eucalyptus.
For the tables the relaxed spring feel continued, each table had a selection of mis match jars filled with blooms in pretty punks, primrose yellows, and whites, each jar had a different selection of flowers to carry on the relaxed, informal feel. The cake was dressed with flowers that matched in with the rest of the wedding, such as ranunculus, roses, spray roses and lisianthus with hints of eucalyptus were dotted randomly on the cake.