'Everyone commented on the flowers; just how amazing they were and how it all came together so beautifully to create such a stunning look. They were also designed so that I could give away the table pieces and many went away with arms full of flowers.'
Damian Brandon Photography
All that is old is now new again and that holds true for the revival of the renaissance inspired weddings. Steeped in history, cultural antiquities and natural organic elements. The flowers are muted, with lush scented foliages to create an oversized dramatic floral statement.
Donna & tim
Simple stylish fuss free table centrepieces, with luxurious warm copper with stunning shades of green, pink and a touch of red. Candle light positioned to create a romantic ambiance as the evening draws in. A truly elegant design leaving space leaving space for guests to enjoy the wedding breakfast.
Statement blooms such as protea, faith roses and succulents. Textural foliages of berried eucalyptus and bruina, adding depth to the design with the introduction of pheasant and guinea fowl feathers to capture rural country living.
Embracing femininity with an intimate and empowering bridal boudoir styled photoshoot. A sexy and sensual milk bath in the luxurious surroundings of Dorfold Hall, a Jacobean house is steeped and was originally built for James I to visit in the 17th Century.
soft romantic glamour with lots of delicious natural light
Bouvardia is named after Charlies Bouvard, the personal physician to Louis XIII and the head of the Jardin du Roi in Paris. This stunning origami flower grown by Vrekeen Bouvardia in Holland. We chose to use ’Royal Sweet Roza’ and ‘Diamond Sparkles’ for a soft, dappled, and dreamy romantic lush floral styling to be the leading lady supported my delicate Peonies and roses.
Jo Bradbury Photography