Every wedding is different and each couple is always going to want to create their own unique look, style and atmosphere to their wedding day. Some people need a little help and guidance but others like Jill and Jem have a clear idea of what they want to achieve right from the start.
The couple, with the help of their daughters, created the perfect balance of beautifully coordinated with a relaxed and joyous atmosphere.
The choice of flowers that were made by the whole family worked wonderfully. I think classic ivory works beautifully with the pale blue. I also like the hint of blue in Jill’s bridal bouquet, it just gives that subtle link without overpowering the fresh look.
Roses, orchids and freesias are glorious when creating bouquets with elegance and classic style and I think you’ll agree that’s what I managed to do with Jill’s bouquet (photo above).
Picking up the gypsophila for the bridesmaids’ echoed the beautiful lace detail on their dresses and gave their bouquets a modern touch as gypsophila really has been a highly fashionable flower recently.
If you’re planning a civil ceremony it’s a good idea to use your top table on the registrar’s table for the wedding ceremony. It can then easily be moved over to the top table for the wedding breakfast.
Cindy is a professional wedding florist, with the experience of working on 100's of wedding throughout Warwickshire and the Midlands. Find out more here