Updated: May 11, 2019
Leah and Ian got married on a glorious sunny day in February this year at the stunning Hampton Court House. Leah was in love with orange tones and wanted the flowers to be bright and fresh, like Spring itself.
We selected gorgeous seasonal flowers such as Icelandic poppies, snowdrops, muscari, narcissus, butterfly ranunculus, ranunculus, blossom, hellebores and our favourite cappuccino roses. To compliment the orange palette, we mixed in peach, cream and white tones.
Leah and Ian wanted to have a high impact floral installation and simple, elegant arrangements for their dining tables. They were particularly keen on a flower arch covering a doorway connecting the conservatory and dining room areas. We suggested ideas of a floral arch which appeared to be "growing" on the doorway to bring the outdoors in and suggested the incorporation of beautiful branches, such as blossom and magnolia, to give a dramatic and lush feel.
We arranged flowers in beautiful vintage bottles for table centrepieces and these were mixed with cut glass candle and tea light holders.
The entire flower arch installation was made without using floral foam. The flower arch made a crescent shape around the arch and half was left exposed to show the beauty of the stone and marble.
For Ian and Leah's registrar table we created a low floral arrangement, adding a nice bit of colour and interest to the wedding ceremony.
Here's what Leah and Ian had to say about their wedding flowers:
"Laura created the most wonderful wedding flowers. I loved my bouquet and barely put it down all day. She also created beautiful corsages and buttonholes for the bridal party. But I think it was her venue decorations that stole the show, with the most amazing floral arch and beautiful flowers in vintage bottles. She really listened to my thoughts and showed amazing patience when I was being an indecisive bride! Thank you Laura!"
Are you getting married? We'd love to hear from you to discuss flowery ideas.