Campbell's Flowers design vintage inspired, romantic, pretty flowers with a 'just picked' look. We strive to source our flowers locally and ethically and buy British wherever possible. We love to share our flowery experiences and our blog not only showcases our lovely weddings and gorgeous photo shoot inspiration, but also features heaps of DIY tutorials and all our latest work.
I can't even begin to tell you how busy T and Mel have been over the past week, lets just say it's been more than a little nuts! It doesn't let up either as this weekend coming is shaping up to be a corker too and as a result of this we are a little behind with out photographs of our current weddings. I am also chasing up a few photographers so watch this space. But fear not faithful followers we are here with a wedding from this time last year, so still keeping it seasonal, as always.
Rebecca and Gareth got married at the beginning of September 2014 at Tankersley Manor. Rebecca went for a very vintage, natural look. She also went for seasonal blooms which for us never go out of fashion. For the bride's bouquet T and Mel decided on shell pink veronica, cream wax flower, cream lisianthus, 'Vendella' roses, 'sweet avalanche' roses, blush coloured dahlia, spray roses, white thistle and green bell.
For the bridesmaids Rebecca chose to have slightly smaller versions of her own bouquet and the buttonholes were a sprig style design with flowers and foliage from the theme.
My favourite by far are the candelabra, they are so cute and it just goes to show that you don't have to have the massive structures if you don't have the room, they can be sweet and compact too.
Our aim is to always inspire and as such, we regularly update all our social media sites with lots of pretty, pretty images - many of which you can find on