Beautiful Bouquets

From classic white Calla Lilies to vibrant and colourful Roses and stunning muted tones of fragrant Freesias and Foliage. Here are a selection of my favourite bridal bouquets that have walked down the aisle.

Elegant white bouquets in both posy and  trailing styles which can be accented with a variety of foliage and flowers to tie in with any wedding.






Stunning scented bouquet of Lavender with co-ordinating lilac and white Scabious used in the Bride’s hair and Usher’s buttonholes.


Muted tones and seasonal flowers with personal touches.

Fun, joyful and vibrant flowers that make a real impact.




Vintage Dress & Daisies

Faith and Kevin chose to get married at the pretty All Saints Church in Putney, London. Using a delicate selection of pale yellows and creams as the colour inspiration for the flowers I used a mixture of ivory and cream Vendela Roses, Freesia and soft Alchemilla, the flower girl carried a pretty basket of Camomile and Freesia which tied in beautifully with the Bride’s vintage dress.

The church flowers continued with the theme of yellow and cream with a nod to the summertime incorporating fragrant dill  and fennel into the altar arrangements.



Lemore Manor

This intimate wedding celebration for Cathy and Rick in Herefordshire was set in the stunning grounds of Lemore Manor.

The Bridal party sported posies of pale lilac and mauve flowers to compliment the soft hues in the Bride’s wedding dress.

Flowers for the bouquets included Amnesia Roses, lilac Freesia and silver Eucalyptus.

Guests had poppy seeds and apples as name tags for the wedding breakfast and  pretty wrist corsages were worn by the Bride’s best friends.


Long tables were laid out for the wedding guests with domes of white Freesias, Hydrangeas and Roses nestled between tall glass candle sticks and trailing Ivy.

The ceremony flowers included flower topiary trees decorated with Hydrangeas and fresh green Apples and long garlands of Hops along the staircase and entrance.