Vineyard Wedding

On a grey, windy February day there is nothing better than being reminded of hot sunny days and these photographs sent to us by Hazel & Tommy have certainly achieved this.

The couple had originally booked another venue for their wedding but then had to make a last minute change and chose Three Choirs Vineyard, Wickham, Hampshire for their August 2016 wedding.

Hazel had been recommended to us by one of her friends for whom we had supplied wedding flowers the previous year.  Whilst Hazel wished the flowers to be predominantly ivory she asked us to inject some colour in the form of coral mini Gerberas  and the simplicity of all the arrangements reflected the relaxed nature of their venue.

Hazel and Tommy could not have been luckier with the weather on their wedding day with their dream of being married amongst the vines being realised.

These photographs courtesy of Tom Langford – Weddings by Tom have truly captured the happiness of the couples wedding day and have definitely brought a smile to our faces.

 

Tithe Barn and Upwaltham Barns Weddings

Last weekend saw us setting up a wedding at both the Tithe Barn, Ditcham and Upwaltham Barns

For her wedding at the Tithe Barn, Gemma selected a colour scheme of white and silver for the Bridal Party Arrangements and this was carried over into the venue arrangements for which we were asked to take into consideration the vast dimensions of this beautiful setting.

I think you will agree the end results were stunning!

Laura also selected primarily ivory flowers for her Upwaltham Barns wedding but introduced some fuchsia pink into the Ceremony Room flowers to reflect the colour of her Bridesmaid’s dresses. As Laura had six Bridesmaids she further utilised their bouquets by placing them in jugs on the tables in the Reception Room – a really good idea

Loseley Park Wedding

Lovely set up yesterday at the Tithe Barn in the grounds of Loseley Park, Nr Guildford, Surrey for the wedding of Michelle & Adam.

Michelle selected flowers in timeless shades of ivory and pale green which beautifully complimented the venue.