A fresh spring wedding scheme took place today at the beautiful Cain Manor (Bijou Weddings) located in Churt, Surrey.
Jo and Dave, my lovely bride and groom arrived at my workshop (back in the summer) full of great and inspiring ideas for how they envisaged their wedding flower scheme to look like.
The colour was inspired by Lavender and with the bridesmaids dressed in a deep purple dresse, what better colours to compliment, than blue, lilac, mauve and cream flowers. I suggested adding in a few grey and silver tones to soften the design, creating a calming effect.
With Christmas far in the distance and signs of spring peeking through in the garden, I proposed to use a selection of spring flowers such as Muscari, Ranunculus, Anemones and also some additional favourites - Ocean Song Roses, Delphinium, Stocks and died Lavender.
A large floral display was created to hang from the main focal beam in the big window, creating impact and an array of colour throughout the ceremony and wedding breakfast.
A non-uniform effect was created amongst the guest tables by using a collection of different vessels, such as an original zinc milk churn, enamel jug and t-pot, accompanied by green vintage glass kilner jars and vintage glass bottles filled with lots of beautiful blooms. Log rounds added height and interest to the table designs.
As the natural light went down outside, pillar candles in large silver lanterns, and ribbed glass t-lights gave off a soft light, creating a warm and cosy atmosphere through into the evening.
I was lucky enough to meet Graham Nixon, a local photographer who captured Jo and Dave’s whole wedding day on his camera and I am so excited to see his beautiful photographs.
Photos taken by Hannah Berry Flowers