Monday, 23 October 2017
Lorelle and Ben were married in April this year in an awesome Sheffield city centre ceremony at the Millennium Galleries followed by a reception at Trafalgar Warehouse. These guys have already appeared on Love My Dress blog but we couldn't resist popping them up on our blog too as the couple and the flowers were just to die for!
Tuscany has a special place in Lorelle and Ben's hearts so therefore played a massive part in their day from the food (supplied by Silversmiths) to of course the flowers. For her bouquet Lorelle wanted something very wild with lots of texture, for the design T and Lorelle chose red amaranthus (one of Lorelle's favourite flowers), olive foliage (in keeping with the Tuscan vibe), eucalyptus nicholii, two tone wax flower, berries, white/cream lisianthus, green bell and broom. Lorelle also had a gorgeous hair comb which when T designed looked huge but sat so amazingly in the brides stunning hair. The hair comb included flowers and foliage from Lorelle's bouquet so they complemented each other brilliantly.
For the buttonholes T used a sprig of olive and eucalyptus binding it together with twine. Foliage is definitely a popular choice for buttonholes this year, especially given Pantone's colour of the year, and they look great. The bridesmaids bouquets were a elegant design of broom, wax flower and a little foliage which matched the chair ends in the Millennium Galleries.
Massive thanks to Inner City Weddings and Events for introducing us to such a great couple and of course big thank you to Fiona Oliver Photography for the amazing images. Scroll down and enjoy!
Wednesday, 4 October 2017
Charlie and Andrew got married this April at Cressbrook Hall in the ever stunning Peak District, how lucky we are to live and work so close to such amazing surroundings.
Charlie and Andrew were a super relaxed couple and had a really cool attitude to their day. Charlie isn't really a fan of things matching too much so T really did have free reign on the floral designs however Charlie was really keen on having a bouquet with an incredible scent so the flowers and foliage chosen were a selection of spring flowers (seasonality is always important!), scented white narcissus, lily of the valley, freesia, tulips and ranunculus.
Bridesmaids were more of a posy style design with similar flowers to the bride. The buttonholes were just the cutest, a small selection of narcissus with a little dash of foliage.
Massive thanks to J S Coates Wedding Photography for the great images. Scroll down and enjoy!