Ahhhh. How lovely does this couple look?
I adored making these wedding flowers in fresh white and green. Erin knew exactly what she wanted from the very start: peonies! And she choose the perfect time of year to carry them down the aisle.
Erin's bouquet consisted of white peonies, hydrangeas, roses, stocks and David Austin roses, adorned with wild foliages, including asparagus fern and my personal favourite umbrella fern.
The bridesmaids held simple, yet stuning gypsophila handties, allowing all the focus to be placed on the bride's bouquet.
Stunning pedestal arrangements filled Haworth church, absolutely bursting full of gypsophila bunched for the ceramic pew ends.
Erin reused the arrangements to be diaplayed at her reception venue: Mayflower pub and the gypsohilia bunches were popped into jam jars to be displayed on the windowsills.
The centre pieces were filled with large bouquets of all the flowers in the theme, and were repurposed as gifts for guests the next day.
I hope this blog post inspired you to make full use of your wedding flowers.
I will be sharing my top tips every month about how to maximise the most out of your wedding flowers, so keep an eye out for those!
Images by Victoria Reed