vintage weddings

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A blessing and christening at Haddon Hall

For this blessing and christening at Haddon Hall, one of England’s oldest and most romantic houses, we created natural and romantic arrangements that sat seamlessly alongside the garden flowers of the estate. We used a mix of bright coloured towering stems nestled alongside deep purple sweet peas and summer berries. For the sit down meal the tone changed to a more elegant and formal setting, which was reflected with roses in dusky tones of nude, apricot, cream and soft pink.
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Quintessentially Wedding Atelier

For the Quintessentially Wedding Atelier we created an incredible flower arch in stunning shades of blue, purple and pink with silver highlights, flowing into a gorgeous meadow of flowers. A canopy of flowers in soft whites with accents of gold stood on the table as a centrepiece and was nestled in a base of dusky pink roses. These reflected perfectly in the golden table top, mimicking the gentle candle light and crystal accessories.
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A Country London Wedding, Royal Chelsea Hospital

We were delighted to bring a piece of the countryside to London with an English country garden style wedding in Chelsea. Our colour palette was made up of delicate blues and whites, with a touch of peach. A mix of hydrangeas, garden roses, gypsophila, delphinium and camomile were used to create an array of beautiful arrangements. Place names were in pots of herbs along with vintage bottles and jam-jars which were also displayed on the tables. Huge urns and a wild flower arch were created for the church and pretty flower crowns were made for the bridesmaids to match their soft blue dresses.
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Romantic and Intimate, Belvedere and The Orangery

A gorgeously romantic and intimate day for an equally beautiful couple. I used soft complimentary colours including caramel, cream, pale pink and hints of purple. For the ceremony I lined the aisle with bouquets of antique and guelder roses which drew the eyes of guests down to the two most important seats in the room. Either side of the bride and groom, larger arrangements beautifully bordered the couple and crystal hurricane lamps surrounded the room. The reception was a fusion of warmth, intimacy and style. A garland of roses and eucalyptus led guests to their tables, where they were greeted by stunning crystal candelabras, twinkling tea-lights, soft gold furnishings and arrangements of antique roses. The top-table was showered with a stunning floral canopy - perfect for a day filled with love.
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Rustic in Provence

For this wedding in the beautiful Provence, we wanted to keep it elegant and chic whilst taking inspiration from the natural surroundings. We used a mix of raspberry and lilac flowers to create a soft yet striking contrast. For the wedding brunch, bespoke pink gingham bunting flowed across the room filled with pink roses and hydrangeas. Apricot, peach and lemon tones were introduced to compliment the honey tones of the ageing terracotta roof tiles. Sumptuous garlands of peonies and roses were cascaded down poles and the water features were filled with roses. We placed giant fountains of hanging eucalyptus and olive vines throughout the ceiling of the marquee. Olive trees were used for name places and arrangements of apricot roses were displayed down the dining tables. Masses of candles, rustic chairs, bespoke table linen and apricot cashmere pashminas sat perfectly in the evening sunshine as lavender hearts and bunting lead guests around the breathtaking venue.
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