Louise and James could not have chosen a better time to get married. Spring is that sweet crossover period where the beautiful, rich autumnal florals are still in season, while all the fresh summer blooms are beginning to show their pretty little heads.
In other words..a florists dream.
Taking advantage of the wealth of spring florals available, the beautiful Louise opted for bouquets packed full of texture for herself and her Bridal party.
Ranunculus, Rose’s and Peonies in oranges, peaches and corals were offset with pops of pink Lilac, Lisianthus and Astilbe, soft yellow Daisy’s and British grown Parrot Tulips. Wax flower and Greenbell added texture and a variety of foliage was used for softness.
The little bridesmaids carried simple hand ties of white hydrangeas and wore delicate circlets of rose heads in super pretty pinks and white.
For the ceremony the aesthetic was countryside inspired. Large milk churns packed full of hydrangeas, roses and delphiniums provided a focal point while natural hand tied posies finished with ribbon lined pew ends.
Olive tree’s flanked the entrance, a simple but striking alternative to a floral installation.
The natural, country theme continued throughout the reception, held at the wonderful Yorkshire Wedding Barn .
Shepherd crooks lined the walkways, while a selection of milk jugs, glass bottles and jam jars decorated the tables. These were filled with the beautiful orange, peach, pink and coral spring stems used within the bouquets and complimented the couples aesthetic perfectly.
The cake was created by the super talented Poppy Pickering which we decorated with orange,pink and ivory roses alongside a variety grey toned eucalyptus.