Jessica and Andrew - July 2021

Updated: Sep 6, 2021

Jessica and Andrew got married on the 2nd July 2021 after postponing their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic. Their colour scheme was fresh whites and greens with a hint of gold in Jessica's bouquet. It had avalanche roses, spray roses, snapdragons (a personal request from Jessica!) lisianthus, ammi, veronica, thistle, statice, eucalyptus, ruscus and gold twigs. Jessica also requested gold ribbon as another way of adding this into the colour scheme.

As I already had another wedding booked on their new wedding day they decided they still wanted me to do the flowers but would collect everything the day before and set up at their venue themselves. For the table centres they chose to have multiple jam jars in various sizes to group on the tables. This always give a gorgeous yet rustic effect and depending on how many jars you have it could be quite simple or give a big statement.

I just had to take a picture of all the jars packed in the box together, it was so abundant with all these gorgeous flowers! I also love how the eucalyptus gives a nice hint of grey as well whilst not being overpowering.

Jessica had 4 bridesmaids and I suggested having all foliage bouquets with a hint of the filler flowers like statice and thistle which were in her bouquet. I thought this would go perfectly with the whites and greens in everything else while holding onto the wild and natural theme, and the hunter green ribbon really tied it all together nicely.

For Andrew's buttonhole we decided to use a white rose with a few bits of greenery so it matched Jessica's bouquet but was different from the rest of the buttonholes so it made him feel special as well. The rest of the buttonholes were all small clusters of the materials from the bouquets and the corsages were similar but more feminine. These were all finished off with twine to keep with the rustic look. Can you spot the little page boys buttonhole?

And of course Star, my little workshop assistant had to have a little buttonhole for herself too!

Last but not least was their top table display, this was done in a lovely personalised wooden box which they would be able to lift the flowers out of once they had died and be able to keep the box forever!

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