Rebecca and Tim got married at the beautiful Southwood Hall, they had the ceremony inside the barn which was then turned around for the wedding breakfast and the evening celebrations.
The colour scheme was pale sky blues and ivories with palest blue toned foliages worked through, the bridal bouquet had a lovely relaxed feel with the flowers arranged on slightly different levels and foliages peeking out creating a natural, informal look. The bouquets were made from sky blue ‘Hydrangeas’, pale blue ‘Delphiniums’, ivory ‘Avalanche’ roses, some ‘White Lady’ spray roses, white double ‘Lisianthus’, hints of white fluffy ‘Gyp’ clustered in amongst the other blooms with ‘Olive’ and ‘Eucalyptus’ foliages dotted through.
The bridesmaids were a smaller, simpler version than the bridal bouquet, which matched in beautifully with the dresses. The buttonholes were a single ivory ‘Avalanche’ rose with muted blue toned foliages nestled in at the base, Tim’s was slightly more special with a small cluster of pale blue ‘Hydrangea’ mixed in with the foliages, the corsages were in all ivory shades, made from spray roses and lisianthus mixed in with palest powder blue foliages.
For the ceremony they had pretty, relaxed style bunches tucked in the chair sashes, the ceremony table had a long and low design in lovely ivory and pale blue tones with lots of palest blue foliages mixed through and left to cascade down creating a gorgeous, relaxed style. The guest tables had a hired glass fish bowl with a relaxed, natural style tied bunch in, the flowers matched in with the rest of the wedding flowers, lots of palest powder blue foliages crept out and left to cascade onto the table.