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Wedding bouquet by Jacqui O, Combermere Abbey



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A timeless classic and traditional elegant military wedding blessing.  Saluted with fragrant florals and foliages in the orchard maze. 

 at Combermere Abbey



Combermere Abbey


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I first met Kathryn on her online consultation from America and I knew instantly the wedding blessing in the UK was going to be beautiful. She had a clear vision of fragrant, lush and relaxed florals creating a timeless elegance that reflected the victorian walled gardens of the venue. 


We designed together florals filled with 'O'Hara' fragrant garden roses,  pretty spray 'Solomio'  carnations and wispy 'green bell' Thlaspi. These were complemented by the array of foliages to add texture and showcase the special garden roses, as she walked through the gardens to the Edwardian glasshouse where the ceremony was to take place. 

roses,bouvardia and foliage bouquet


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The Pavilion is a lovely event space just perfect to personalise to suit your style, and on the morning of the big day, the wedding breakfast was set with crisp white dinnerware and linen. Karen from Desired Wedding complemented this by adding a softly ruffled organza runner, which the garden-style flower urns nestled upon.  The flowers were accompanied by romantic light from the dinner candles in the vintage brass holders. There was a warm glow to the understated dreamy intimate tablescape.

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'I cannot thank you enough for how beautiful you made the venue. Your flowers were absolutely stunning and the room looked incredible! It was exactly what we wanted and more! It looked amazing! A huge thank you to you! We are beyond grateful!' 

Jacqui O wedding flowers, Banquet tables, Cheshire
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