Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Claire and Ryan - All Things Bright & Beautiful!

Hello all!!

So this week's blog is all about Claire and Ryan's very relaxed and informal wedding day set in the beautifully natural barns of Wood Lane Countryside Centre - a venue which is proving to be a very popular location with our brides.

Claire opted for a compact posy style bouquet with vibrant blues, yellows and creams which looked amazing against her lace ivory coloured dress.  We kept the stems short and bound the whole design together using raffia to keep that rustic natural look.






Also who says that flowers are just for the girls.  We just love this shot of Ryan with the bouquet too!



The two older bridesmaids had similar style flowers to the bride but a little less structured and with more hints of yellow to set them apart and work well with their powder blue dresses.


With the littlest flowergirl having a small bunch of daisies, a favourite of Claire's, held together with natural string.



For the button holes they wanted something stunning yet understated so we went for a single Avalanche Rose with a yellow Crespidia for the guys and a more delicate design for the ladies.  We used natural string to bind them together again which helped them bring together the natural yet stylish theme of the flowers.




We would like to thank and give credit to Rob Bamford for the photography.  Obviously some amazing shots of the bride and groom but we also love how he showed off our beautiful and bright creations for the big day.


Thanks for reading and we hope that the blog has given you some colourful inspiration!

Amy xx

I hope this has been helpful and given you just the sneakiest of peeks into what we could do for you. We keep adding to our wedding portfolio all the time which might help a bit more with inspiration especially for  bridesmaids, buttonholes and venue decoration, or grab a cuppa and pop over to our latest ‘real weddings’.  As you might have guessed, we love sharing, so feel free to get in touch if you need any advice on choosing seasonal flowers, or you’re struggling with colours for your special day.

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