With rich velvet reds, burnt ochre and woodland animals who couldn't fall in love with an autumnal wedding.
VICKY & PETE
Vicky and Pete have found true love and are just such lovely couple! They both work in the wedding industry and I have had the privilege of not only working alongside them but creating their wedding flowers. Vicky and Pete wished to get married in the autumn to capture a palette of rich tones, woodland animals and texture.
We designed the florals to their theme with deep velvet 'garden heart' fragrant roses, ‘Charlie brown’ cymbidium orchids which is her son’s name and an array of dried grasses, scented eucalyptus and pheasant feathers. The style was relaxed glamour and was perfect for the grounds and woodlands of the pretty Abbeywood Estate.
I absolutely loved my wedding flowers, they were perfect! I have worked on weddings for 10 years and picking wedding suppliers for my own wedding was no easy task in most cases, but I knew I wanted to ask Jacqui from the word go
The confetti walk is always so beautiful and I love the reaction from Pete and Vicky as they get showered with pretty petals. It's a lovely moment where their friends and family got to bestow prosperity to them as they start their new adventure as husband and wife.
TABLES & INSTALLATION
The glasshouse is a pretty blank canvas surround by stunning gardens. The table settings were a gorgeous textural floral arrangement on a gold footed bowl. The flowers include 'bridesmaid' roses, deep velvet 'Barca' chrysanthemum and lots of grasses and scented eucalyptus finished with a flourish of peacock and pheasant feathers.
The lamp installations were created using reindeer moss bound with sparkling decorative wire and silk flowers and handcrafted wire birds attached. Adding your personal touch is what having a beautiful wedding is all about. It truly was a wonderful magical woodland wedding.
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