Jess and Phil got married on the 28th May at Strangers Hall with the reception at The Georgian Town House, Norwich. Jess wanted the bouquets to have a lovely, informal style with lots of textures, with the flowers arranged for a ‘just picked’ look. The colour scheme was subtle peach tones, with dusky lilacs and touches of blue. The flowers included Vendella, Mentha, Sleeping Beauty and Dancing Clouds roses, lysimachia, blue thistles with olive and rosemary foliages. Jess’s bouquet had Jasmine trails looped around to had a hint of gorgeous, summer perfume and to make her flowers more special.
Phil’s buttonhole was a single Vendella peachy rose, with a cluster of gyp at the base and backed with olive and eucalyptus foliages. Jess and Phil chose for the other buttonholes to be a mix between each one being slightly different from the next, using aspects of the rest of the wedding flowers, with the others having a simple cluster of gyp and foliages.
The table flowers was a stunning ball of fluffy gyp with Avalanche roses and white scented stocks dotted throughout made in a tall, curved hired glass vase, and placed on a hired slate plate. Jess and Phil had also collected lots of jam jars to be filled with lots of lovely blooms in white, blue and lilac shades. The jam jars were placed randomly around The Georgian Townhouse for a relaxed feel, and were filled with scented white stocks, roses, thistles, gyp, foliages, lysimachia and ferns.