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I’m so excited about sharing these photos from one of my favourite weddings from last year.
Adline & Clement are a wonderful creative couple with fabulous taste, I absolutely loved doing their flowers and coming up with fresh ideas for them. The aesthetics were important to this artistic couple but they also wanted to create a warm, informal atmosphere and so they had plenty of charming details that made the day really personal to them.
Making the arrangements was so much fun to do as it was very much my signature style, vintage tea cups and glassware filled with seasonal summer flowers, with herbs and foliage for texture. Garden roses, peonies and hydrangea were the focus with softness from astilbe and lisianthus. The displays were relaxed but pretty and romantic, arranged informally in the Old Kitchen. The room looked and smelt divine!
The colours in Adline’s were actually quite bold. We started with a vintage, washed out palette of dusky pinks and muted tea stained colours along with lilacs and creams, but then added peach in the form of Juliet, a garden rose. I love adding a surprise in the palette, it’s unexpectedness is refreshing and stops the palette from being too girly.
The pictures from the wedding are beautiful, I hope you enjoy them. Looking at them now reminds how much I enjoyed it. And isn’t Adline one of the most beautiful brides ever??!!
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We collaborated with a talented team in Hyde Park last summer to produce these beautiful shots. You can see it’s our signature style, pretty and romantic and doing the florals al fresco was so much fun.
I think these colours are going to be big for this year. We started using quite a bit of soft peach last summer and I’m now really into it. It works especially well with lime greens and blush pinks to keep it fresh.
Bring on the summer!
Here’s the talented team we collaborated with.
Doing the flowers for Claire & Tim’s wedding was an absolute pleasure. What a gorgeous couple, great venue and of course my favourite style of flowers. Vintage gorgeousness was everywhere, I was in flower heaven! And then these stunning pictures came back from super talented Katharine Peachey and I got to enjoy it all over again! Here are some of the highlights, enjoy!
Goodness me, what a summer so far!
Last week we had 3 more beautiful weddings to add to our busiest summer ever. We are so lucky to work with such wonderful couples and I’m chuffed to bits that they were all thrilled with the flowers.
Each wedding was so different but still in the Sweet Pea style. Once the professional pics come in I’ll share, but for now there are a few tasters of each below.
On Thursday Claire and Craig’s elegant wedding took place at one of our favourite country venues Gaynes Park. Domes of peach and cream flowers were embellished with pearls and we had birdcages galore!
Friday was much more of an urbane affair at the Zetter Hotel, London. The boutique townhouse hosted Stacey & Kieran’s wedding and the mix of yellows and golds looked stunning the dark Salon.
Back to Gaynes Park on Saturday for Claire & Tim’s gorgeous vintage wedding. We filled clusters of vintage vases with muted peach, creams and tea-stained flowers and a new “dirty pink” hydrangea to match Claire’s gorgeous shoes. Love!
Congratulations to all you beauties! We loved doing your flowers!