Siobhan and Steve had both the ceremony and reception at Oxnead Hall, they wanted the flowers to have a natural, relaxed style in pretty pinks, pale blues and warm champagne shades with powder blue foliages peeking out adding a beautiful texture.
The bridal bouquet included sky blue delphiniums, blush pink ‘Bombastic’ spray roses, ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses, ‘Vendela’ roses, ‘White Lady’ spray roses, small clusters of fluffy white gyp, some subtle blue toned succulents were dotted amongst the blooms adding a quirky, special touch, eucalyptus and silvery Senecio were worked throughout. The bridesmaids had a simple posy of just white gyp, with sky blue delphiniums worked throughout, the bouquet was then edged in muted blue toned foliages to support the flowers.
Steve’s buttonhole was a single warm champagne ‘Vendela’ rose with a couple of delphinium florets cuddled at the base, it was then backed with pale blue foliages for a natural finish, the other groomsmen buttonholes were really lovely, they were a single ‘Vendela’ rose with gyp nestled in at the base.
For the ceremony Siobhan and Steve wanted a relaxed, natural style on and low to be placed on the ceremony table this was then moved into the main room for the evening celebrations, the chairs then had a mini jam jar hung on them with a section of blooms in pale blue, blush pink and neutral tones.
The table flower was a mini arrangement that was placed in Siobhan and Steve’s own copper lanterns, the designs were made to look as thought they were ‘growing’ out of the lanterns for a stunning relaxed style that complimented the beautiful surroundings of Oxnead.