Katharine and Michel wanted their flowers to have a relaxed, gardeny look, to look as though the bouquets had been gathered together on route to the ceremony, in pretty pastel shades with muted toned foliages worked throughout the flowers and left to peek out slightly.
Flowers included mass petalled pale pink ‘Majolica’ spray roses, some charming ‘Wax-flowers’, mass petalled garden style roses, delicate ivory ‘Astrantia’ nestled in, deeper pink ‘Lisianthus’, some pink ‘Veronica’ left to peek put through the other flowers and clusters of dried ‘Lavender’ adding a subtle scent to the flowers.
The bridesmaids had a smaller version than the bridal bouquet to carry on the relaxed, natural feel to the wedding flowers. Foliages such as palest powder blue ‘Gunni’ eucalyptus and subtle scented ‘Rosemary’ were mixed in with the blooms loosening the look slightly creating a dreamy cottage garden look.
The buttonholes were a cluster style made from ‘Rosemary’ and ‘Gunni’ foliages with dried ‘Lavender’ nestled in matching in beautifully with the bouquets.