2019 Weddings – Green, White & Blush

Well I have finally got round to looking back at last year’s weddings. It was quite a year and I would say a year of the foliage garland, I’ve lost count of exactly how many I made! Blush along with green and white were the most popular colours but we did have the occasional vibrant wedding and one coral paying homage Pantones colour of the year. Actually pale blue featured quite a lot too. 

I have been pondering how to review them, chronologically, by colour, venue, I suppose it does not really matter as long as you get to see the lovely flowers!

I think Amy & Jake’s wedding can be slipped into the green, white & blush although they did include thistle for a touch of blue. Thanks to Debbie Sanderson  for this photo and the one above. 

There was the very sad event in July of a devastating fire at the wonderful George Hotel in Rye

This resulted in some weddings moving location, date or being postponed and has had a knock on effect for this year too. But here is the Ballroom in all it’s glory for Kate and James wedding in June.

They went for green, white & blush with peonies playing a big part. Images by adamnicholasfilms

Continuing with green, white & blush, one of my favourite weddings was Natasha & Andy’s in April at The Gallivant

Just look at that pose on Camber Sands, at the ceremony and in the hotel coastal garden, they are definitely enjoying themselves. Captured brilliantly by David Long Photography

Georgie & Ian chose this colour pallet too with their wedding in June at Laughton Barns 

Georgie’s dress was to die for as was her flower girl. Photo’s by Rebecca Claire Photography

We saw it again for Natalie & Toby’s wedding in August at the wonderful rural venue of The Cherry Barn

Patrick & Tori bridesmaids were in blush dresses at their wedding in October at Blackstock Country Estate

I know there were a few others with this colour scheme and will post them when I receive the professional photo’s but now it’s time to move on to the next colour wave of just green and white.

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