Starting the wedding season with a beautiful spring wedding in the picturesque venue of Cornwell manor in the heart of the Cotswolds. Seasonal spring blooms including Ranunculus, Anemones, Muscari and Fritillaria. Using lots of greenery, to keep the flowers looking relaxed and wild, bringing a spring garden inside to the venue.
The dried flower cloud. Made from studio leftovers, including dried and bleached broom, pepper berries, dried honesty (from my friends garden) foraged (and then dried) grasses, strawflowers and other found items.
Julian and Amy’s wedding was a favourite of mine. In late September they wanted lots of greenery with a few autumnal flowers. Their choices worked really well with the venue, Loft Studios, west London.
The rustic flowers worked really well with the industrial aesthetics. The ceremony room’s main focus was a hanging flower installation, which the couple married underneath. Made from lots of seasonal greenery including eucalyptus, wild thyme and asparagus fern the clouds flowers were reflected in bud vases decorating the windows and the pew ends.
Amy carried a bouquet made from late summer flowers including cosmos, dahlias and thistles.