Saturday, 18 April 2015

Rebecca and Tim - A Cascading Bouquet for an Edwardian Gown

Hello all!

Today we are bringing you a wedding from August last year which featured on the wonderful Love My Dress blog.  We're always so delighted when our designs are part of a post on uber stylish, gorgeous blog and you can see the post here.  Rebecca and Tim got married in glorious sunshine at their local church which they attend in Leeds, St Michaels and All Angels.  Their reception was held at White Cloth Gallery in Leeds city centre, a very stylish and chic venue.  I think the following two pictures show off the venue beautifully and also include a father and bride picture which I am always a bit of a sucker for!

Vintage style cascading bouquet by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers.

Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers

Rebecca wore an incredible Edwardian inspired dress, hand made by the amazingly talented Kate Beaumont, whose studio is here in sunny Sheffield.  To keep in with the style of the dress, T and Mel designed a beautiful cascading bouquet which included seasonal blooms of gypsophila, stocks, snapdragons, pink and white waxflower, ammi, cornflower, pale blue delphinium, shell pink spray roses, green bell and of course fern.

Just picked flowers by Sheffield Florist Campbell's Flowers and wedding shoes.



Cascading bouquet by Campbell's Flowers


Cascading bouquet by Campbell's Flowers

Cascading bouquet by Campbell's Flowers

Cascading bouquet by Campbell's Flowers

So as you can see from the pictures so far, we got to make stunning flower crowns again to compliment Rebecca's gorgeous dress.  The crown consisted of delicate waxflower, gypsophila and shell pink spray roses.  As you can see on the top picture we got to make hair flowers for the bridesmaids too which included a smaller version of the brides flower crown and a super cute hair comb.

Hair Flowers by Sheffield Florist Campbell's Flowers.

Hair Flowers by Sheffield Florist Campbell's Flowers.

Hair Flowers by Sheffield Florist Campbell's Flowers.

Hair Flowers by Sheffield Florist Campbell's Flowers.

As mentioned before the bridesmaids had hair flowers too and they each had posies made from the same flowers as the brides bouquet.

Vintage bridesmaid flowers by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers.

Vintage bridesmaid flowers by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers.

Vintage bridesmaid flowers by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers.


The men went for a sprig style buttonhole which looked great against Tim's bright blue suit.  The ladies had a similar sprig style but with a more feminine feel.

Sprig style buttonhole by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers

Don't you just adore this 'first look'?

Sprig style buttonhole by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers

Sprig style buttonhole by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers

For the venue flowers Rebecca provided her own jars which she decorated and we filled the larger ones with flowers and foliage from the theme.  

mis match vases and jam jars by Sheffield florist Campbell's Flowers

As you have been reading I bet you couldn't help but notice the incredible photography.  Full photo credit goes to Rebecca at Rebecca Tovey Photography.  Pop across to her website for a closer look, her work is just gorgeous!


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Thanks for reading.
Amy xx
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