Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Rebecca and Sam's Wentworth Castle Gardens Wedding - Seasonal silvers and wintery whites

Hi all,

Today we are bringing you a gorgeous winter wedding from December last year.  Rebecca and Sam got married at Wentworth Castle Gardens which is such a stunning location especially in the brisk, cold weather.

For her bouquet Rebecca wanted in between a compact design, something quite rustic and wintery with a white and silver colour pallet.  T kept it seasonal as always and the flowers and foliage chosen were blue spruce, fir, pine cones, berries, dahlia, brunia, symphorcarpus, steel berries, eucalyptus, seed pods, white hypericum, white astrantia, double lisianthus, white ranunculus and olive.

Rebecca just had one bridesmaid and decided to go for a very similar design to her own bouquet but slightly more compact.  Buttonholes were a sprig style design with plenty of buds and berries.  For the tables the couple went for super cute wreaths which were actually given as presents at the end of the day which we thought was a great idea, getting the most out of your flowers is something that is obviously quite important to us too.

We love the pictures of the Rebecca and Sam feeding the deer too!  Even though the bouquet isn't in the shots (worried the deer might get a bit peckish) we are total animal lovers and also love couples that are up for anything when it comes to their wedding day.

Massive that to Cecelina Photography for the absolutely gorgeous images.

Hi all and thanks Amy for this fab post.

As always, I thought I'd just add a little about working with Rebecca & Sam.  When I met Rebecca and we talked through ideas, one of the things she was most excited about was the flowers (always the most perfect of brides!) and her one stipulation was that her bouquet was big (and when I say big, I mean big)! We had a lovely consultation and lots of fun emails afterwards, but the thing I'll always remember about Rebecca's wedding was delivering on the day.
Her Mum and Dad were so welcoming and so much fun, laughing and joking with us as we preferred to carry the flowers into their house ourselves and not entrust them to Rebecca's Dad.  But the cutest thing I remember is Rebecca's adorable giggle as she held her bouquet for the first time. Such lovely memories of sharing such a lovey day with lovely people!

I've said it before and I'll say it again, we are so lucky.


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