Updated: Feb 1
I've got a lovely bright and bold wedding for you this week.
Today's blog showcases Chloe and James, who got married at the stunning Selby Abbey.
Chloe's bouquet consisted of coral peonies, celosia, vuvenza roses, hot pink spray roses, orange dahlias, and aspledia. Enough to make your head spin! They were all finished with wild foliages and beautiful trailing ribbons.
Images were kindly given by Chloe her chosen photographer was Peter Rollings
The Groom and Groomsmen looked incredible with pink ties, perfectly matching Chloe's bouquet ribbons. That intense pop of colour just brings the whole look alive!
Selby Abbey is as stunning as it is old: nearly 1000 years, as it was founded in 1069! It just creates the most beautiful wedding venue.
After the ceremony at Selby Abbey, Chloe and James sat down for their wedding breakfast at Fishlake Mill. I placed flowers to match the theme in lanterns which Chloe provided, as well as using empty jars to hold the bridal bouquets: simple yet elegant. (My recent top-tips posts has more information on this - so check it out!)
The marquee looked absolutely incredible, especially with such vibrant colours popping against the pristine white tablecloths.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read today's blog post. If these beautiful arrangements have caught your eye, do get in touch to discuss your bespoke floral design.
We're still taking bookings for this year, but hurry - dates are filling up fast!