Stephanie and Matt got married on Saturday 9th September at a church local to them, with the reception then being held at a marquee in a field next to their house. They wanted the flowers to have a stunning relaxed look in pretty summery primrose yellows, pinks, lilacs and lime greens tones with fresh green foliages mixed through to loosen the look. Stephanie’s bouquet was full of stunning varieties arranged on slightly different levels creating a soft, opulent feel, flowers included Buttercup roses, mini sunflowers, daisies, ocean mikado and misty bubbles spray roses, wax flower and mollis.
The bridesmaids had a smaller version than the bridal bouquet which complemented their soft green dresses beautifully. The buttonholes were a single mini sunflower clustered together with a single lilac spray rose head and touches of green thlapsi, backed with fresh green pitto foliages. In the church the pew ends were dressed with pretty tied bunches that were attached onto the pews with yellow and olive green satin ribbons for a lovely, romantic look.
Stephanie and Matt wanted a statement archway to greet their guests as they come from the church, a large cluster of flowers were on the top left side with a smaller group of flowers the opposite side for a beautiful, quirky touch. The tables were then dressed with a hired wood-slice with a selection of mis match jam jars filled with gorgeous seasonal blooms that matched in with the rest of the flowers, each vase had a different selection of flowers for a lovely relaxed, informal style, around the centre design were drifts of scattered petals in lilac and buttery yellow tones and cute daisy heads. The top table then had a loose selection of flower heads and drifts of petals scattered along with jams for the bridesmaids to put their bouquets in during the meal and evening celebrations.