Take a peek at the 'Real Life' weddings. Click on each wedding below to see images of the flowers.
Who doesn't love a Christmas wedding? The theme was blush pink and white, with plenty of eucalyptus. The roses were frosted with sparkle, the white tulips had feathered tips and the buttonholes were simply acorns and foliage. We also provided eucalyptus wreaths for the tables with Christmassy twinkle lights woven through them and the chair covers with blush pink ruffle hoods. A truly classy Christmas wedding.
With Christmas on the horizon, Laura wanted wintery tones of Red in her bouquet with blush pink to soften the tones. Their theme was rustic, with burlap bows on the chairs, so naturally this was used to tie her bouquet. Laura also wanted Phesant feathers in her bouquet to give it a natural and country feel.
From the moment we met at the I DO Wedding Show in Leeds, I knew we were going to get on like a house on fire. Adam and Nina were a truly, made for each other couple, who knew what they wanted out of their wedding flowers, but at the same time, were open to suggestions and trusted my creative flair.
The theme was Burgundy and Gold, with subtle hints of blush pink to soften the strong tones. I included 'home grown', 'to die for' dahlia's which gave the style a real designer feel.
Photo credit : Jane Beadnell Photography
Rachael Loved the Idea of having rustic, loosely arranged flowers to include pheasant feathers. Deep red roses, black berries and eucalyptus were the staple ingredients for Rachael's bouquet. The Rustic Arch also made its debut this day, which the lovely couple made their vows beneath. It was a real, rustic addition to their country file wedding.
With Matt being a Sheffield Utd super fan, red and black just had to be the colour for their wedding. Carla loved Roses, so naturally, her bouquet was a dome of bright red roses. Carla also loved the 'eternity roses', so 12 of these were added to her bouquet, meaning she could keep an element of her bouquet, and it would still be around on their 1st anniversary. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of red and white roses with gypsophelia, and Athena the flower girl wore a gypsophelia flower crown.
Lovely blush pinks and ivory were the chosen colour scheme for Emma and David's wedding. Their venue was the Wood Lane Countryside Centre in Sheffield, a lovely rustic building with plenty of natural wood and stone. Boho Chic meets Grecian is what I would use to describe this wedding, with a Tipi, a loose and wild, styled bouquets and flower crowns and wrist corsages worn by the bride and her lovely bridesmaids.
Beth and Darren were married in one of the most artsy wedding venues I have ever worked with. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is a must see attraction and provided a blank canvas for Beth and Darren who wanted to inject a pop of colour into the white washed ceremony room. Coral, Orange, blush pink, touches of purple and blue was the chosen palette for the day. Davis Austin roses were the focal flower and gave Beth's and her Bridesmaid's bouquets a luxurious feel. One of the bridesmaids went into labour on the wedding morning, so a quick pit stop to the hospital was made before the ceremony.
Cassie's favourite flower is the peony, so she knew when she booked her wedding at The Kings Croft Hotel, she had to have them in her bouquet. So, her wish was my command, and her bouquet was made with 'just' peonies. Simple yet effective, and the fragrance was so amazing, whenever Cassie smells a peony again, it will take her straight to her wedding day. Her bridesmaids carried romantic gypsophelia, so altogether, this was a soft palette of pastel pink. Timeless and classic.
The most stunning setting you could dream of, with panoramic views that spanned for miles, windmills, rainbows and a tipi, this was no wedding.....but a 'wedfest'. Rachel wanted a botanical bouquet with unusual flowers to really compliment her festival wedding. The bridesmaids wore flower crowns, which added to the festival chic theme.
For her bouquet Val wanted unusual and wild flowers that would compliment their 'wedfest' tipi wedding at Cawthorne Cricket Club. The star of the floral show was the King Protea, the South African national flower. Roses, Anemones and Eucalyptus added the colour to match their blush and navy theme. I also dressed the tables in the tipi with wild flowers filling mason jars and placed in and around log slices.
With a theme of the 2016 Pantone Colours 'blush and serenity blue', Pink roses, Blue Hydrangea, astilbe and plenty of draping ribbons were the flowers that Sally chose to compliment her theme and stunning blush pink wedding dress. The soft colours really complimented the beautiful surroundings and breathtaking views at Cubly Hall in Penistone.
James and Nikki married outside at Kings Croft Hotel. Nikki wanted lilac to compliment her mauve and blush theme, and the 'Armando' roses really stood out. They were even frosted with 'unicorn' glitter for extra sparkle.
David and Gemma's quirky; botanical meets country wedding was a 3 day Irish wed fest at Bagden Hall, Sissett, Huddersfield. Gemma wanted a 'botanical' theme for her flowers, so plenty of ferns were used in her foliage. Each table had its own flower type, and the Bridal bouquets and buttonholes were unusual and 'unflowery', with Protea's and thistles steeling the show.