Katherine and Sam, December 2013
This was a beautiful winter wedding with plenty of fur and sparkles. As former students of Kings College in London, it was the obvious place for Katherine and Sam to get married. This is where they met and their romance blossomed. Anyone who has had the pleasure of knowing this beautiful college will know how stunning it is, the marble pillars, the gorgeous stairwell and oh my, of course the awe inspiring chapel. Ivy and gypsophila were used to make pretty pew ends for these features and Reggie the Lion even got his own wreath. Two bay trees were dressed with white ribbon and gypsophila for the entrance. Rose petals were romantically scattered throughout. Two stunning pedestal arrangements were placed outside the chapel using white orchids, white roses, wax flower, gypsophila, white and green eustoma, white phlox, white antirrhinum, green bloom and white gerbera’s.
The bride’s bouquet was a crescent cascade of white orchids, white and green eustoma, white roses, white wax flower, baby eucalyptus and trailing ivy. The bridal party had similar flowers in all of their designs.
The wedding reception was held at the Ambassador Hotel, London. The top table design was a traditional loose flowing centre piece which included soft whites and greens to compliment the bridal flowers.