Today I’m sharing some lovely photos of Sarah and Jonathan’s wedding!
The bridal bouquet consisted of small, white Akito Roses, Ruscus and Gypsophila which complemented the details on the wedding dress and was bound with white ribbon and pinned with pearl headed pins. The bridesmaid bouquet was similar in design but just a smaller version.
The two buttonholes for the groom and the best man were White Roses and traditional in style. The church arch was decorated with a spectacular floral display that reflected the white and green theme of the wedding.
The church screen for the service was also decorated with flowers that were connected with Ivy and Soft Ruscus swaging. Two pedestal arrangements were also used to decorate the inside of the church and were then moved to the marquee reception.
Goldfish Bowl Vases were used to create eight table centres filled with white and green flowers and lots of natural foliage and blooms.
This January I headed over to Sandbach for Ben and Rachel’s wedding at Sandbach Church, followed by a vintage tea party and awesome cake at The Old Hall, Sandbach, and wedding breakfast and party at our favourite Wrenbury Hall.
Click below to watch Will Warr’s video of their special day, and look out for my cameo!
Brilliant photos to follow soon from Brown & Co Photography x
Good afternoon it has been a few days since I have up dated my blog, we have been very busy here, the wedding season is getting underway and I am using the opportunity to update our website and the blog at the same time.
Sara chose her beautiful flowers carefully and used Pinterest to keep us up to date as she saw more and more designs and we translated this to create her dream wedding. The heart of flowers was my particular favourite. Hanging over the wedding ceremony and then moved from the Orangerie to the conservatory of her wedding breakfast. I love pictures better than words so here we are x
Click here to view the rest of the photos on our website.