Lovely Tammy married Graig in Missenden Abbey on a hot summers day in June. Her bouquet of roses, peonies, sweet peas, hydrangea & astilbe was absolutely stunning. The ceremony took place in the Abbey’s garden room. The Wedding breakfast was held in the Marquee situated in the fabulous grounds of the Abbey. Tammy chose our Martini vases for her table centres; these were filled with peonies, hydrangea & roses………… perfect for the Marquee….tall and elegant.
Our Easter bride Roz, chose a lovely natural hand-tied bouquet, all white flowers, roses, tulips, hydrangea, wax flower & lots & lots of foliage.
The design of the bouquets for Roz’s bridesmaids reflected hers, but with a touch of blue, delphinium & forget-me-nots.
The happy couple were blessed with a beautiful day in the fabulous setting of Missenden Abbey. The ceremony was held in the garden room with the reception in the marquee in the grounds of the Abbey.
The setting was the fabulous Dairy at Waddesdon. The lovely Jessica married her Ralph; she wore the most beautiful flowing dress and her Bridesmaid looked amazing in palest blush pink.
Jessica pretty much left the choice of flowers to me – wonderful – she absolutely loved them.
Here are some of the images of the day!
The Dairy at Waddesdon was chosen by Emma & Chris for their marriage in November. Emma chose a ‘Blue’ theme for her Wedding. Difficult for November? Not at all, we selected the fabulous Columbian Hydrangea, re-arranged with Avalanche Roses and Ammi-Majus.
The Wedding breakfast was held in the West Hall and Emma & Chris just loved our Black Candle Stands for the table centres which were perfect for the room as they go well with the details of the West Hall. Some images of the ‘Perfect Day’…….
– Message from Emma
– Thank you so much for your amazing efforts on our Wedding Day. The Dairy looked stunning and we really could not have wished for anything different!!
Gemma was our Black & White Wedding. She had planned every detail with precision; lots of Black & White stripes which looked really chic. We needed big bold flowers, so what better than Sunflowers with gorgeous black centres. They really complimented each other and Gemma & Gregg thought they looked amazing!
Joanne carried a bouquet of Roses, Sweet Peas, Lissieanthus and Heather,along with her Bridesmaids who were dressed in Mauve.
The Parish Church in Apsley, Hemel Hempstead is where Joanne & Grant’s marriage ceremony took place. The Church looked so lovely, a large pedestal arrangement toward the front of the Church, Garlands around the pillars, flowers on the Pews and sprays of flowers surrounding the entrance. All of the flowers were in Jo’s favourite colours of Mauve and Lilac.
The reception was held at Little Hay Golf Club. The room was bathed in Mauve lighting which enhanced the table arrangements.
Laura had a fabulous spec for her Wedding. With a base colour of Navy Blue dresses for her Bridesmaids, she ashed for a riot of colour, and WOW it looked fantastic….take a look at some of these photo’s.
And this is what Laura & Adam thought:-
– I want to thank you for our absolutely amazing flowers. They honestly were the most beautiful arrangements I have ever seen. We have had fantastic comments about them and you really captured exactly what I pictured our day to look like. I could not have been happier.
A really beautiful day for the marriage of Dilly & Matthew. The ceremony was held in Hampden Church followed by a short bubbly walk across the drive to the fabulous Hampden House reception.
Dilly chose a selection of soft pink, lemon, white & mauve for her flowers:-
– Sweet Avalanche Roses
– White Hydrangeas
– Mauve Sweet Peas
Dilly, her 7 Bridesmaids and flower girl looked absolutely gorgeous.
A big thank you goes out to firstname.lastname@example.org for the fabulous photographs