Katherine and Adam got married on the 5th July 2021 at Lanwades Hall in Cambridgeshire after having to postpone from their original wedding date due to the coronavirus restrictions. They knew they were after wild looking arrangements abundant with foliage, and a gorgeous vintage, dusky colour scheme. Katherines bouquet contained roses, thistles, lisianthus, astilbe, brunia, waxflower, astrantia, spray roses, eucalyptus, ruscus, asparagus fern and panicum grass, It was finished off with pretty trailing ribbons in a lovely cream colour. I absolutely loved the "Quicksand" roses which have a stunning, dusky blush colour and the "bohemian mocha" lisianthus which is a gorgeous burgundy colour. They really worked for the vibe they were going for.
For Katherine's bridesmaids, I made four bouquets of all foliage and some filler flower, this included eucalytus, ruscus, asparagus fern, panicum grass, thistle and waxflower. Having these a lot simpler and without trailing ribbons made the brides bouquet even more special! I love the wild and natural style this type of bouquet gives.
I also did a gorgeous flower wand for the little flower girl to carry, see below.
Then there were the buttonholes and corsages which were all little clusters of materials from the bouquets so they would match, however Adam's buttonhole had some extra bits in to make him feel special too, All of these were then tied with twine to keep the natural feel.
The tables in their reception looked stunning with multiple bud vases in varying heights and one larger vase in the centre filled with all the pretty flowers in their colour scheme. This will always be one of my favourite types of centre pieces as it can be made to look simple and sweet or abundant and full depending on how many vases you use.
I also dotted some of the leftover bud vases along the fireplace to bring the colours throughout the venue. This needed a little something on it so it didn't look too bare compared to everywhere else but didn't need so much that it was overpowering so the bud vases worked perfectly.
The wedding cake was made by the super talented Kelly at Kelly's cake kitchen, based in Royston. It was a very simple cake so that Kelly could decorate it with flowers so it matched everything else. I can't remember what flavours it was but I remember thinking they sounded amazing when Kelly told me on the morning of the wedding.
I would 100% recommend Kelly for all your cake needs as they are always delicious!
Katherine and Adam were lucky enough to have their ceremony outside as it was such a gorgeous day so we decided they needed something simple to decorate the aisle for Katherine to walk down. They chose to have mini bunches attached to the side of the aisle chairs which gave a really pretty look. These were basically mini versions of the bridesmaid bouquets as they were all foliage with some filler flower.
And finally I got to create some stunning asymmetric clusters on the metal arch for Katherine and Adam to get married in front of. This was so fun to create and I absolutely loved the way it turned out. It followed the wild and natural style of everything else with gorgeous vintage and dusky colour scheme.