Hayley and Niall - August 2021

Hayley and Niall have been loyal customers since Hayley attended one of my very first workshops with her mum and sister. Her mum even said to me on the morning of the wedding that Hayley knew she wanted me to do her flowers as soon as they started planning their wedding, I was so happy to hear this!

They got married at a stunning venue in Lincolnshire called Aswarby Rectory, the staff there were absolutely amazing and a pleasure to work with. They chose a pretty colour scheme of blush pink, sage green and white which suited this venue perfectly.

Hayley's bouquet contained roses, lisianthus, astilbe, thistle, waxflower astrantia, eucalyptus and olive. She absolutely loves peonies but unfortunately these were available but i di manage to get some gorgeous swirly roses called 'Mansfield park' as a pretty alternative.

The bouquets handle was tied off with ribbon and had a couple of pretty trails to match the wild and natural look.

Hayley also have three bridesmaids who had smaller versions of her bouquet so they matched. These contained less different amounts of flowers so Hayley's bouquet was more special but they still have the trailing ribbons.

For Niall's and the other buttonholes I made a small cluster of materials that were also in the bouquets but Niall's was slightly different to make him stand out as well.

To decorate the venue they had an arrangement sat at the base of the stairs which matched the two that were sat at the main entrance as you come into the venue.

These were all very wild and natural following the theme of all of the other flowers, and what made these even better is that they were completely foam free!

This means they are super eco-friendly as they were made in reusable plastic containers and moss along side some bamboo sticks to give structure and stability.

The table centres were also completely foam free, meaning this was my first ever 100% foam free wedding. I hope to continue this with all the other wedding flowers I will create.

The table centres were rectangular shaped wooden boxes handmade by the amazing Samsa May's who specialises in handmade gifts and weddings and events. we have worked together multiple times so I know the quality will always be brilliant. The boxes were also personalised with the table names which happened to be names of different wines.

Hayley and Niall also chose to add some small details such as sprigs of eucalyptus to be put in the little glass vases that would have candles in during the reception, as well as a long and low table display and some pretty thank you bouquets of flowers to gift to special guests during their speeches.

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