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Baubles and Blousy Blooms - Sam and Adam's June Wedding
So we had that wonderful moment where we get in touch with a photographer to ask for a couple of shots from a wedding, and they came back with not just a couple the but masses absolutely stunning photos.
Sam and Adam got married in June this year, with a ceremony at St Johns Church in Ranmoor with the reception being held at Firth Court, which is proving to be quite a popular choice of venue for our brides this year. Sam wanted a romantic, elegant and classic bouquet with big blousy blooms so the obvious first choice was coral peonies along with 'Miss Piggy' roses, cream lisianthus, 'Jana' spray roses, stocks, white gypsophila, 'Peach Avalanche' roses and David Austin 'Juliet' roses too. We also got the pleasure of making a gypsophila crown for super super cute Amelia the flower girl.
I personally love it when a bride asks us to use the glass baubles for their venue decorations. T and Mel always do such a great job of making them look so stylish and elegant. The team decided on a 'Miss Piggy' rose in each along with the topiary design gypsophila balls which looked breath taking.
A massive thanks to Ruth Atkinson for the photographs, as always she captured the day and atmosphere beautifully.
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