As featured in ELLE UK Weddings
Leanne had a clear concept for her wedding flowers when we met and it was a pleasure to work with her to create such a beautiful wedding.
She wanted a delicate colour palate and natural shape incorporating Sweet William (Dianthus Barbatus) as a homage to her new husband Will.
Her bridal bouquet included Peonies, Eucalyptus, Eryngium, Astilbe and Dianthus Barbatus wrapped with lace.
The bridemaids bouquets were a stunning mix of Peonies, Gypsohila and Eucalyptus bound with lace to complement their delicate grey dresses.
The buttonholes were made using Astilbe and Eryngium and the corsages white Chrysanthemums and Gypsophila.
The Grooms buttonhole also included Dianthus Barbatus.
The pew ends were a simple arrangement of Freesia, Astilbe, Eryngium and Chrysanthemums.
Leanne wanted a profusion of flowers for her centrepieces, arranged in an eclectic selection of jars with lace accents.
The jars were filled with arrangements of Agapanthus, Freesia, Astilbe, Eryngium, Chrysanthemums, Lavender, Peonies, Dianthus Barbatus, Asparagus Treefern and Eucalyptus.
Set upon wood slices, cut and sanded by the groom, the centrepieces looked beautiful in this serene setting. Smaller jars, containing Lavender scented candles, framed the centrepieces and enhanced their delicate fragrance.
Pictures taken by http://www.bullitphotography.co.uk/