Louise and Robert, July 2014
So many brides just want the natural, country look for their most beautiful day, getting back to the English wall garden, wild flower look. Loose, textured, wild - these are all the words our ‘vintage loving’ brides use to describe the essence of this country style.
We had a large bridal party to dress, with nineteen buttonholes of roses and foliage, two flower girls with petals in baskets and head circlets of gypsophila, three jacket corsages and seven bridesmaid bouquets to compliment our bride’s beautiful textured, hand-tied bouquet of different shades of pretty light pink sweet avalanche, dusky pink acapella roses and darker dusky pink roses, hint of dusky lilac memory lane roses, cream peonies, pink eustoma, pink veronica, pink and white astilbe and white gypsophila framed with little foliage. All arrangements were bound with wide brown string.