Monday, 28 September 2015
Blushes, Barns and Braces - Lisa and James's Vintage Style Summer Wedding
Today's blog has a vintage feel to it with a very soft and romantic colour pallet. Lisa and James got married this July at The Ashes, which is a venue I am not familiar with but looking at the pictures I am sure I will be seeing much more of it, very beautiful and I know that T absolutely loves it there, having the pleasure of working there lots of times.
Lisa wanted a very natural, feminine and romantic look to her bouquet so T and Mel went for 'Vendella' roses, double shell pink spray roses, cream spray roses, rice flower, white spray carnations and cream and pale pink peonies. The peonies were admittedly a bit out of season but as James works on a peony farm, Team Campbell's were absolutely on it and managed to sneak a few into Lisa's bouquet and the top table arrangements. Lisa chose to have hair flowers which we just love and suited her hair and complexion beautifully but we can't take credit for that, Jenn Edwards MUA did a great job with the hair and make up, the bride looked natural and classically beautiful.
For the bridesmaids Lisa and James went for a similar design to the brides but slightly smaller. The men and women had sprig style buttonholes. I think the sprig style looked great with the groom's braces, brilliant.
Massive thanks to Helen Russell for letting us use and share her fabulous images, had to include the cute baby shot. So here you go guys, enjoy!
Lisa also had these kind words to say after the wedding and sent Team Campbell's a lovely box of choccies:
"We were really pleased with our flowers for our wedding. Tracey and her team went al out to work to make sure they had a full understanding of what we wanted, and did their utmost to achieve that on the day. I particularly loved the flowers she selected for my hair, which was one of my favourite things on the day! The communication throughout has been friendly and professional, and the team as a whole are a joy to work with - I can't imagine we'd have been as happy with any other florist being part of our special day. Tracey really understood what was important to us. and worked hard to incorporate special touches, such as going out of her way to source peonies for the bouquets where possible (out of season!) and creating boutonnières for the men which reflected James' profession and our theme. Would recommend to anyone looking for a wedding florist to help create a dreamy, fresh floral look."
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