Joanna and Marc had both the ceremony and reception at Chaucer Barn, the colour scheme was ivories with hints of pale blush pinks with palest blue toned foliages worked amongst the flowers.
The bridal bouquet had a neat and defined shape flowers included beautiful ruffle petalled ivory peonies, ‘Avalanche’ and ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses, ‘Snowflake’ spray roses, clusters of fluffy white gyp with palest blue toned eucalyptus foliages peeking out through the flowers adding a lovely soft texture.
The bridesmaids bouquets had a beautifully simple posy made from a large headed white hydrangea with gyp dotted through hints of eucalyptus mixed in with the blooms added definition.
The buttonholes were an ivory ‘Avalanche’ rose with a small cluster of gyp nestled in at the base, backed with eucalyptus foliages for a natural style, Marc’s buttonhole was very similar but slightly more special as it had a couple of pure white hydrangea florets cuddled in with the gyp.
The tables had a selection of mis match jars clustered together in sets of three and dotted down the tables, flowers included roses, hydrangeas, gyp, stocks, spray roses and peonies with foliages flowing from the jars adding a natural touch. Joanna and Marc then had some other jam jars dotted around the lounge area at Chaucer adding little touches of floral loveliness for the guests to enjoy during the afternoon and evening celebrations.