Each and every wedding is special to us - as they're organised so far in advance, you also get to know the couple and build a relationship with them to make sure they have the most beautiful day! And so we LOVE it when all the wedding pictures come back.
Ellie and Eddie's wedding at Hedsor House was a lovely spring day and they wanted a mix of soft blush and peach pinks and loose, garden style flowers - a great brief to be able to use lots of seasonal, English flowers. Two large urns framed the couple during the ceremony at a local church. We created a flower filled archway outside the front of the church too, using more soft spring foliage.
The over-sized bridal bouquet with a mix of pink and white avalanche roses, ranunculus, peonies and eucalyptus was a real statement piece. The bride's veil also had pink rose lace detail at the bottom in the same shades as the bouquet roses.
The bridesmaids had half sized versions of the bridal bouquet which used a similar flower and foliage mix and long trailing ribbons in two shades of pink for impact.
Then for the wedding breakfast and reception, similar colour ways were used against the beautiful backdrop of Hedsor's interiors, as well as a few additions to the grounds. Soft pink ranunculus, beautiful tulips, hydrangea and anemones filled the stem bowls on the tables. We added a few urns to the outside too... if there's an extra space to fill with flowers, we always do!