Beth and Liam's Wedding
Still only early April but the temperature, once again, hit 20 degrees centigrade. Lovely Beth simply could not believe her luck that it was going to be so wonderfully sunny and warm for her big day!
She and Liam were tying the knot at St Andrew's Church in Tarring, and this important occasion was then followed by a reception at Old Selden Farm Barns in Patching.
As the bridesmaids were wearing orange dresses, Beth and Liam wanted orange flowers to feature and we therefore settled on a deep orange Germini which complemented the dresses perfectly. They both love roses too so both cream and peach Avalanche roses were chosen together with double white Lisianthus, fragrant white Freesia and lacy Gypsophila.
All the buttonholes featured peach roses while the two mums had corsages made out of a medley of cream flowers. As Easter is literally just round the corner, I added a whimsical cream feather too!
The tables at the reception venue had mason jars on wood slices and I filled these with a medley of aforementioned flowers. Old Selden Farm Barns is a stunning venue and the cream drapes offset the table decorations beautifully.
As always is the case, a Floranina heart had to feature in the proceedings too, as did a basket brimming over with flowers to welcome the wedding party.
Such a pleasure and a privilege to be involved in such a special day and here's wishing Beth and Liam all the very, very best as husband and wife!
Hi Nina, I just wanted to say a massive thank you for the beautiful flowers you did for our wedding on Saturday! They were so perfect and more than we could ever have imagined!
And thank you so much for the extra flowers you did for us! So, so beautiful, especially the heart!
I am having my bouquet framed so that it can be appreciated and loved forever :)
Thank you so much! We will send you some pictures through once we are back from our honeymoon!
Lots of love, Beth and Liam xxx