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Making magic at Kew Gardens
The beautiful grounds of Kew Gardens were the chosen venue last weekend, where Wild at Heart worked on a English country garden inspired wedding...
The Ceremony took place in the conservatory, where we created a walkway of square arches to the beginning and end of the aisle. These arches were made of beautiful mixed English foliage, with clusters of cream and pale pink peonies tumbling down the sides and pockets of bombastic and majolica spray roses cascading down to the bottom.
We then created a meadow like runner, either side if the aisle, with ethereal waves of English foliage, mixed with gorgeous cow parsley, delicate astrantia, antique tone wax flower and little pockets of cream peonies, and pale blush bombastic and majolica spray roses.
For the Wedding Breakfast, growing in the centre of the round wedding tables were beautiful trees mixing blush roses and fresh green foliage, with a bed of garden roses, Cafe au Lait dahlia, scabious, astrantia and achillea nested at the bottom.
The middle of the room was filled with an eye-catching purple wisteria tree, creating a beautiful pop of colour. The bride and groom sat at the top table in amongst a magnificent custom made rose arbour canopy with climbing foliage growing up and over the frame and roses in all the pink shades tumbling out of the frame work.
Running along the centre of the top table was a meadow of gorgeous secret garden roses, peonies, spray rose, astrantia and trailing jasmine...
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