This quintessential English wedding was a delight to design the flowers for.
The floral brief for this event was a quintessential English wedding. This was due to the couple having a shed in their garden that was over run with Ivy and hops. The groom, Pat brewed his own beer as well and made a special wedding brew for their wedding day. The Bride, Jemma is a big crafter, crocheting and DIYing so they wanted a very natural looking theme. Jemma also wanted a BIG green bouquet.
The scent in the air in the barn was really very aromatic due to the hops but also as we used lots of fragrant herbs on the tables. These were paired with paper mache numbers, piles of children’s books and candles. The Tithe barn is a superb space, really light and airy, perfect for a summer wedding.
Hi Nia, we have just got back from honeymoon and I just wanted to say a massive thank you for your hard work, everything looked so beautiful and perfect, down to the smallest detail, we can’t thank you enough for your help setting up and making the barn look gorgeous!
Mine and the girls’ bouquets and crowns were incredible, mine is hanging up to dry, I’m planning to press some of it or set it in resin so I can keep it always 🙂
All the best, and thank you again!
Photographer: Murray Clarke