Wedding Wednesday - Countryside Fairytale
A COUNTRYSIDE FAIRYTALE
THE WELCOME DINNER
To start off the celebrations, the bride and groom hosted the most special welcome dinner at Cliveden House.
We dressed the tables with a still life arrangement, full of a loose and tumbling arrangement with roses, dahlias and scabious growing up and naturally falling onto the table.
To complete the look, the fireplace and cabinet under the mirrors were dressed with a beautiful arrangement, full of trailing ivy, asparagus fern, jasmine trails and seasonal greenery. With pops of hot pink, orange and blues to bring electric colour to the display, in a loose, ethereal and
THE WEDDING DAY
THE BRIDAL BOUQUET
The bride's bouquet was a beautiful and romantic bouquet of blousy coral and pale pink peonies, cafe au lait dahlias and garden roses, with cow parsley, fresh herbs and trailing jasmine to create a wild, loose and textural bouquet, hand-tied with a satin ribbon.
Leading up to the end of the aisle, we tied a garland on every pew end with coral and pink dahlias, vuvuzela roses and white waxflowers. Trailing, seasonal greenery was also added to create a colourful and beautiful aisle arrangement.
To frame the bride and groom were two urns on plinths, filled with an abundance of lilac and pale blue delphiniums, pink and coral peonies, soft coral and orange roses, dahlias and guelder rose to create a gorgeous, wild and beautiful display.
THE WEDDING BREAKFAST
Adorning the tables were low, cream urns, filled with an abundance of roses, peonies and dahlias, in coral, pink, blush and soft orange tones. With pops of lilac clematis, pink scabious, fresh herbs and cow parsley. This created a natural and wild meadow display on the table. We perfectly paired these flowers with blush tapered candles and flickering tea lights to create an inviting and romantic glow.
SHOP THE BRIDAL COLLECTION
Our range of ready to wear bridal bouquets have been designed with love by our founder Nikki Tibbles and handmade with love by our expert florists.
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