The soft and pale palette of white anemones, hydrangeas and blush pink roses perfectly suited the romantic period setting of Hatfield House. The ceremony flowers arranged on elegant and tall candelabras were given a glamourous twist by using crystal droplets, adding a touch of glamour to the occasion.
The bride’s dress of delicate lace and bouquet of vintage crystal and pearl brooches were complimented by her exquisite Laboutin shoes.
The attention to detail for this wedding meant that all the decorations, from the flowers, to the napkin rings and the stunning vintage broach bouquet complimented the venue and bride and groom perfectly. This amazing day was captured by Rebecca Wedding Photography.
Winnie and Sean’s spring wedding in Toronto, Canada combined the glamour of the 50’s with a modern twist. The Bride’s beautiful vintage-style lace Tea dress was teamed with the most exquisite crystal embellished Jimmy Choo shoes.
The wedding bouquet was a simple but striking hand tied posy of black calla lilies, the stems tied with a lace remnant from the wedding dress. The buttonholes for the ushers and best men matched the Groom’s black calla with complimentary white calla lilies.
The stunningly elegant bride and groom, Claire and Simon, chose a bright crisp wintery day in November to get married at the suitably stylish Royal Society of Arts, off the Strand, in the heart of London.
The classic palette of ivory hydrangeas and spray avalanche roses mixed with a fresh burst of foliage complimented the simple yet striking London theme that was highlighted on the tables in their wedding breakfast menus, table names and invitations.
Keeping the flowers simple and contemporary by using a mass of white Gypsophelia arranged like delicate clouds in tall silver vases, the flowers remained understated and elegant to reflect the venue.
Claire and Simon kicked off the evening’s celebrations with a bang as they danced the night away on the brilliantly decorated dance floor!