Monday, 15 January 2018
Chloe and Andrew tied the knot at Middleton Lodge in June this year. Chloe absolutely loved the Lodge so it was a no brainer when choosing the location for her wedding day. Middleton Lodge also holds a special place my heart as this was the location of the first Wedding Industry Awards that I attended as a fully fledged Campbell's employee, great night! Anyway, back to Chloe and Andrew, the couple wanted a fun, informal and relaxed day which definitely reflected in the loose styling of the flowers.
For her bouquet Chloe wanted quite a wild, asymmetric design with plenty of texture and pretty trails. The flowers chosen were green lisianthus, green bell, eucalyptus pods, hydrangea, lilac campanula, lilac freesia, spray roses, bloom roses and tanacetum.
The bridesmaids had more of a posy design but with some some small foliage trails. The buttonholes were somewhere in between a focal and sprig style which looked stunning and featured flowers from the brides bouquet.
The venue flowers were such a joy to design with plenty of incredible blooms everywhere from the fireplace to decorating a kissing gate, you name it and we put flowers on it! So on that note I would say sit back, scroll down and enjoy!
Massive thanks to Hayley Baxter Photography for the gorgeous images.
Wednesday, 10 January 2018
So T has been wearing her thinking cap again as we wouldn't want to miss out on gorgeous couple's like Helen and Lex who were only after a bridal bouquet and buttonholes. We have decided to go with a Friday collection service for smaller weddings. This will be specifically for couples who want our gorgeous T's designs (I mean, why wouldn't you!) but don't want the whole works! More details of this new service we be out soon but in the meantime please enjoy the gorgeous Helen and Lex's wedding.
For her bouquet Helen wanted a very meadowy, 'just picked' feel using a selection of smaller and larger blooms to create texture. Helen gave T full creative licence one which is always great as it shows a real trust in T's ability to create something amazing!
This stunning day was also featured on Festival Brides blog which you can check out by following this link.
Huge thanks to Magda K Photography for the gorgeous piccies!