Sunday, 19 May 2013

An English country garden

The biggest compliment a bride can give me is "I trust you". And with that and no particular colour scheme , just a brief to use seasonal flowers, to make it look pretty, off to the market I went! A lot of the flowers were English, bluebells, lily of the valley, blossom, cow parsley, lilac and honesty to name but a few. And at this time of year while flowers are really at their best and changing from week to week a wedding like this is every florists dream. Mixing sweet peas colours with seasonal foliage and simple containers that let the flowers talk for themselves I think they complimented this beautiful venue perfectly!
I hope you agree!

Saturday, 11 May 2013

Peaches and cream.

I had been looking forward to doing yesterdays wedding for a long time! To me, it  just encapsulates all the elements that are pretty and perfect for this time of year while adding a contemporary,
 slightly American twist with the peaches and gypsophila that is so right for here and now.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Spring at last!

When I met Becca only four weeks  before her wedding we stood in a beautiful Church in Hampshire and it was so cold we could see our breath! Though I was trying to be positive it was hard to imagine the beautiful, warm sunny day that was to come a month later, and at last the peonies, sweet peas, roses and stocks we associate with late spring were in abundance in all shades of lilac, powder blue and the palest pink through to deep velvety purples, shocking pinks and lime greens, these are just some of the wonderful photos taken by Damian Bailey, a truly talented