2019 Weddings – Blue is the Colour

This arch shows a number of blue flowers – hydrangea, pale and darker delphinium, larkspur  and how well different shades of pink, white, mauve and of course green work with them. There are not that many ‘true’ blue flowers but the following are what is generally available in each season. In spring you have muscari, bluebells, forget-me-nots, hyacinths, iris, in early summer nigella, meconopsis (Himalayan Blue Poppy), cornflower, delphiniums, gentiana and late summer hydrangea, agapanthus. Thistle tends to be available most of the year and many other flowers are called blue but are in fact purple such as lisianthus, veronica, clematis. There may be a few I have over looked but the above are the most readily available and grown in this country.

At the end of this post I will comment on blue generally as it is this years Pantone colour of the year but first onto our weddings. Love this one of groom Damian in charge of his wife’s bouquet! There are thistle, delphinium and nigella amongst the white and green.

Linnea & Damian’s wedding was at Salomons Estate in late April, you can see how blue featured in the flowers, for the bridesmaids dresses, grooms suit and even the carpet which brings out the blue delphinium in the milk churns perfectly.

And it was a windy one, we had quite a few of those last year, glad photographer Scott Kendall Photography got that shot.

Gemma & Kevin got married in June at The George They had quite a journey leading up to the their wedding as Kevin was very ill but as you can see from Jacqui McSweeney’s  great photos they had a wonderful day and Gemma just does not stop smiling.

The bridesmaids dresses were a pretty pale blue and all ladies had pale blue hydrangea, delphinium and thistle along with ivory roses and lisianthus.

Such a happy lady

And another blustery day but makes for such fun shots.

Barbara also had pale blue for her and Robin’s laid back beach wedding at The Gallivant in August. Another very smiley bride and why not when you can go bear foot in the sand. They had the ceremony and canapes in the dunes at Camber

Pale blue drapes, table runners and chair ties adorned the marquee along with succulent place names and vases filled with nigella, wax flower, roses, phlox, green bell & eucalyptus And it was all in the detail, lovely menus stands, bespoke welcome & order of the day boards made by Hire Love and photos taken by Cooper Photography

And I could not resist finishing with this one!The reason I chose to do a separate blog for blue weddings is because the Pantone colour for this year is Classic Blue.

Blue has always been a popular choice for weddings, particularly navy bridesmaids dresses which work well at most times of year but come into their own for winter and Christmas weddings. This was Helen & Chris’s wedding we did in November 2018, 5 navy dresses but all different styles.Thanks to Clare Randell for that shot.

Blue works for the boys too. This was Dino & Lyndsey taken by Sarah Williams at their December wedding last year and looking back the majority of grooms wore blue suits of one shade or another.

And thistle is always a winner for buttonholes

Below is a lovely mixed bouquet found on Pinterest showing how blue can be incorporated both with flowers and by using beautiful flowing ribbons.

So what will your wedding colour be? I know from recent consultations that whites and greens are still a favourite combo but so far we have quite a range of colours and I am looking forward to working with them all.

The next blog is about the flower crown as looking back I realise how many featured in our weddings last year.




2019 Weddings – Colourful Blooms

People choose their wedding colour scheme for all different reasons but there are some key things to consider: skin tone, the season, the venue, some have very strong decor, favourite colour and current trends – the colour of the year tends to influence all aspects of weddings from the bridesmaids dresses through to invitation design and everything in between. However I believe particularly in this age of sustainability and being conscience of the environment, seasonality can be the biggest player. We are increasingly being asked for seasonal and locally grown flowers. And rightly so, there are so many great flowers and foliages to choose from which ever month you get married. The above is an excellent example of an autumnal wedding, Rebecca’s vibrant bouquet captured beautifully by Duntons Photography

The arrangement below shouts summer, overflowing with typical summer flowers including delphiniums, larkspur, garden roses, ammi, lavender, achillea, hydrangea and grasses. It was for Racheal & Rob’s August wedding,

And then the milk churn for Josie & Dan’s was a transition in seasons from summer to autumn

Such a sweet moment for Belinda with her granddaughter flower girl at her & Les’s wedding in April.Belinda’s bouquet was a mixed pallet including, lilac, ranunculus, clematis, thistle, lisianthus and we even managed to get sweet peas which were particularly special to her. Just look at those nails! The photos were taken by Emma Johnstone

Can’t be bad when the groom matches his suit to the flowers! Amanda & Sam at their wedding in May at Blackstock Country Estate

Bethany wanted a real summery mix of blue, pink, yellow, white and touch of burgundy for her June wedding. We also supplied a couple of buckets of blooms for her and her family to fill the table jars.

They looked great in Eridge Village Hall along with the bunting and pompoms!

Alison & John went for pink tones at their July wedding with peonies, roses, astrantia, veronica & astilbe

And what a setting the The Old Rectory is, how pretty nestled in the boarders.

Hopefully you can see the colours of Rachaels bouquet match the earlier urn arrangement. Lovely summer colours with both bride and flower girl wearing flower crowns.

Suzy & Dave also decided on a summer pallet, pastels for the bouquets but more vibrant for  the amazing St.Thomas a Becket Church, literally in the middle of Romney Marsh. The sky was threatening at times but fortunately it stayed fine.

They then had their reception at The Gallivant so had some great photos on the beach.

And that was not the end of it, they really went for different as they stayed in Rye Windmill. It must have been photographer Teri V’s dream wedding with all those fantastic locations!

It was great to see Maria & Kevin go for ‘Living Coral’, last years Pantone colour of the year, so vibrant.Lovely and bright with dahlia’s, roses, hypericum, antirrhinum & astilbe for their August wedding at Blackstock Country Estate

Well they are having fun! Thanks to Anna Pumer for the lovely photos.

Summer faded into autumn and we had some lovely seasonal weddings with Charlotte & Leyton having a Spanish theme, who needs San Sebastian when you have Udimore Village Hall!

A short walk to Rye Town Hall for the ceremony and then the kiss.

Leyton is a chef so organised and cooked most of the food. They went for Spanish tapas so a casual affair rather than the traditional sit down wedding breakfast. The vibrant red, orange, yellow and burgundy flowers were arranged in food tins in keeping with the general theme. I don’t know if you can see from the above photo but Leyton & the boys had quirky buttonholes with ‘tapas pins’

Rebecca & Sam had full on autumn with orange protea, ranunculus, berries, burgundy foliages along with a touch of champaign and blue. There is close up of Rebecca’s bouquet at the start of this post.

The buttonhole flowers were in gun cartridges which were also used on the cheese stack.

And for the tables we used Hendrick gin bottles nestled into a foliage garland of bay, rosemary and eucalyptus.Thanks to Duntons Photography for all the photos.

We now come to the winter weddings. I am a fan as I get to use some of my favourite foliages, skimmia and acacia baileyana purpurea both of which are in the bouquets below along with astilbe, amarnthus, astrantia, scabious, roses and eucalyptus. Those colours bring some warmth to chilly days. Sarah and all her girls outside The Gallivant 

Here is a close up of Sarah’s bouquet nicely finished with velvet burgundy ribbon. Photos taken by Vicky of Vivanity Photo

Ruth & Mark wanted seasonal foliages for their December wedding so we used skimmia, pine, ivy, eucalyptus, fir and acacia in the aisle chair tied bunches, table flower and bouquets.

Marks buttonhole of skimmia, acacia, thistle and lisianthusHow stunning Ruth looks with Camber Sands as a backdrop. Who would have thought it was December.Thanks to Simon Booth for the photos.Finally Mel & Mike had their wedding at Blackstock Country Estate and went for winter whites with a touch of red in Mike’s buttonhole to match his tie.

Mel’s bouquet had anemones, ranunculus, spray roses, brunia, eucalyptus and grevillea foliage.

And how can you resist the ‘confetti’ shot to round off a post! Thanks to Matthew Page for these images.

The next post will include our 2019 weddings with blue flowers as it ties in nicely to show which flowers compliment 2020’s colour of the year. Thanks once more to all the above photographers for the great photos and our couples.

2019 Weddings – Green & White

It is incredible how many different greens there are and types of foliages to choose from. We use a lot of Ruscus Aculeatus commonly known ‘soft ruscus’ as it is a great base for garlands or as a fine garland in its own right. It is deep green and very long lasting. However the most popular foliage last year was eucalyptus, there are numerous species with various size and shaped leaves but it is the grey hue and scent that makes it so attractive. Thanks to Paul Read for the above photo of Chloe & David’s cake table at The Pilgrims Rest last September. There is more of their wedding below along with all the others who choose a green and white pallet.

I think the reasons green is so often used is that it suits most people, you can put virtually any colour flower with it and it was Pantone Colour of the Year in 2017.

Charlotte & Adam wanted a very sustainable wedding so we used British seasonal flowers & foliages as much as we could, no floral foam and twine to tie the bouquets & buttonholes. There were foliage garlands on the mantles and tables for the reception at The George along with foliage tied bunches on the aisle chairs.

Foliage table centres featured in a few weddings last year, including Loulla & Billy who can be seen below coming out of Sandhurst Church captured by Georgina Piper and then had their reception at Swallows Oast.

Catherine & Matt had a touch of blue but essentially the flowers were mainly whites and greens with foliage garlands on the mantles at The George

Catherine looking lovely with her bouquet and flower crown and with her bridesmaids below.

And we must not forget the celebratory drink of bubbly

Along with the cake table, all taken by Steve Smith

I then had the privilege of providing the flowers for and attending my friends daughters wedding who also added a touch of blue and lavender.

Jon’s suit was a winner, the groomsmen had matching tartan waistcoats and Emma looked beautiful captured here by Natalie Hyland taken at Rowhill Grange

Harriet’s bouquet looked very fresh with the grey brunia, olive and eucalyptus.

Hannah and Tom got married at Wadhurst Castle, we provided the bridal flowers and supplied them for the tables but Hannah and her family arranged them in their own jars and bottles.

Always a special moment as a bride descends for the ceremony, taken here by Eliza Claire

Such a sweet photo!

Wonder what made Hannah giggle?

And on to more of Chloe and Davids September wedding at The Pilgrims Rest

Chloe looking dreamy and less windswept than below – great shot by Paul Read

And the happy couple

A showery October day did not deter Lizzie and Matt having some lovely photos at  The Gallivant and on Camber beach by Lemonade Pictures

Lizzie’s mum did an excellent job in nurturing numerous succulents for the cake display and tables

And then it was December when Lyndsey a Scot married Greek Dino, traditions were fused at St.Mary’s Church Sevenoaks and Westerham Golf Club 

Lovely stoles for a winter wedding

The foliage table centres make their final appearance of 2019

The cake by Sharon Lord was pretty special too

Happy memories created by Sarah Williams

Green was a popular choice for bridesmaids dresses too, mainly sage but mint and what I would call a bright emerald made a few appearances.

Barbara & Robin’s bridesmaid above taken by Cooper Studio Photography and Natasha & Andy’s below by David Long both from weddings at The Gallivant

So that was it for green and white in 2019 and let’s finish off with a table centre vignette from Catherine & Matt’s wedding. Thank you to all the above mentioned photographers for letting me use their lovely images and couples who chose me to provide their flowers. In the next blog there will be colour!


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.

Christmas Wreath Workshops

Try your hand at making your own wreath. All the materials are provided along with guidance and refreshments. There will be lots of gorgeous seasonal foliages, berries, seed heads and festive materials to use. We will be in the lovely new Carriage Barn at Wadhurst Castle on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th December starting at 10am and finishing 12.30pm. Booking is required and all for £50 per person. Email info@theflowerhouse.biz to book your place

If you are a group and these dates do not suit, please get in touch to arrange an alternative.

British Flowers & DIY Weddings

The wedding industry like all other areas of life is becoming more aware of the environment and call it eco friendly, sustainable, green or whatever term you choose, it cannot be ignored. Flowers are no exception as more and more couples are asking where flowers are coming from and the most environmental options possible i.e. seasonal, no pesticides, no plastic, foam free, low carbon foot print. This is where British grown flowers and foliages can tick many of the boxes.

It was good to to hear at the end of this year’s British Flowers Week, now in its 7th year, that British grown flowers now make up 14% of the total UK market. There is still a long way to go given that back in the 1970’s all flowers available in the UK came from British flower farmers. However this is changing and whilst when I first opened a shop in 2005 I struggled to find British and more particularly locally grown flowers, today it has become much easier. There are flower growers popping up all over the country, many of whom are members of Flowers From The Farm, a not-for-profit, co-operative of British cut flower growers with over 500 active members from Cornwall to Inverness.

I am luck to have Orchard Farm Flowers near to me. Zoe grows numerous British flowers starting in April with anemones, ranunculus, wallflowers to name a few going right through to September and October with dahlia’s taking centre stage. Currently the peonies are just coming to an end with the sweet peas in full swing, the stem length is incredible along with the scent.

Zoe like most growers offers flowers to florists and the public who can buy by the bucket getting a mix of what’s available that week or put in a specific order. There will be no plastic packaging, the buckets re-used and no air or road miles! See the antirrhinums below just coming into flower on Orchard Farm

For brides it is always beneficial to visit the grower preferably the year before the wedding to see what will be in flower at the time of the wedding. This can usually be done individually by appointment or by attending scheduled open days or as Zoe does, bridal open evenings which this year are on the 10th July and 11th September. I will be on hand too for any floristry questions and some sample bouquets, table arrangements and buttonholes. It’s not too late to book!

Below are some of the flowers a recent bride had to decorate the venue along with the end result. 


And we did the bridal flowers.

This brings me on to the point that due to the rise in interest of brides wishing to do all or part of their own wedding flowers we now offer DIY Wedding Workshops to give guidance on all aspects of DIY weddings.

So go on give it a try – buy British, buy local!

Jug full of garden grown blooms.



2018 at a Glance – Part 2

So we are now onto July, another hot one and Laura & Craig had the World Cup to contend with too but they had a lovely wedding at The Plough at Leigh

They had place name flower bottles and used the bridesmaids bouquets as centre pieces too in pretty whites, pinks & greens

Holly & Chris got married at The George in Rye and choose summer pastels in pale blue, pink, & cream. So many lovely photo’s to choose from, to see more go to the photographer’s blog – Joe Kingston

Holly’s summer pastel bouquet

Holly & Chris walk about in Rye

Holly’s lovely vintage style dress and on trend blush bridesmaids dresses

Julia & Ed had a lovely day at Saltcote Place having got married in Playden Church. The  bouquets included calla lilies and the mum’s made the day very personal by growing sweet peas for the tables. Thanks to David Long for the photo’s

The girls in the garden

Emma & Matt had rather a blustery day in August with the ceremony in Battle Church and the reception at  Blackstock Estate The lovely images are by Debbie Sanderson

Emma and girls with vibrant blue hydrangea’s

Amy & Jamie had a coastal inspired theme for their wedding at The Gallivant

Pretty summer vase with peonies for Parya’s wedding at Wadhurst Castle

Katie and Francis married in Rye as Francis’s family have strong connections with the area. Here is a lovely shot of them by Stephen Bunn  having a quiet moment.

And this is one of the pew end jars in St. Mary’s Church which then adorned the mantles at their reception.

They had banquette style tables with foliage garlands in the Ballroom at The George in Rye


Ildiko and Matt got married on a beautiful day at the end of September in Strand House

The flowers looked lovely against Ildiko’s vintage inspired dress and we are so lucky to have a number of local beaches for great photo’s which were taken by  Ap-Art Photography

October soon came round and proved to be another busy month. Sallie & John got married in the Catholic Church in Rye with their reception at The George in Rye The lovely Jacqui McSweeney took some great shots even though the weather wasn’t brilliant!

Pale blue hydrangea’s & delphinium with ivory roses, lisianthus, wax flower & green bell to compliment the powder blue bridesmaids dresses.

Lindsey & James also got married at The George in Rye

Such a lovely moment captured by Jacob and Pauline and look at those stoles, great for an October wedding.

Kiyoko and Craig went very bright with sunflowers taking central stage, Kiyoko even crocheted the buttonholes! Here they are at Swallows Oast taken by Charlotte Razzell

All the girls

And the happy couple again.

I said October was busy, Francois and Alex also chose The George in Rye for their wedding reception with the ceremony in Rye Town Hall, local venues as Alex’s family come from Wittersham. Thanks to Matt Harquail for the photo’s, the odd quirky little shot crept in!

Getting to the Church, (ok Town Hall) on time!

Abby and Chris also went for burgundy and blush for their wedding at The Bell in Ticehurst  I really liked Abby’s embellished blush dress. All photo’s courtesy of Flashback Photography Sussex

Something made Abby giggle.

And the all important walking down the table!

And now for the November weddings. Sophie and Tom were the picture of style and elegance. Debbie Sanderson captured them beautifully as they strolled round Rye.

And how stunning does Sophie look here

And we mustn’t forget her gals!

The table didn’t look bad either! I am a fan of the banquette table which is looking very atmospheric with all those candles. Thanks to  Hire LoveThe Timeless Stylist & Wild Rubus for the gold candlesticks and vases.

Our next wedding was a bit further a field,  Morden Hall a National Trust property in South London. Emily and Dom were recommended to us by their photographer Nikki van der Molen  who had worked on a wedding we did last year and here are her lovely images.

All those girls & all those flowers!

A quiet moment

Lisa & Gareth got married even further away in the Cotswolds but they took their flowers with them. Again the lovely rich shades of Autumn, not forgetting the pheasant feathers! Thanks to Katie Rogers for the photo’s.

And with the bridesmaids, it is obviously the year of the stole!

And to the end of the year, December is becoming a very popular month, who couldn’t resist a winter wedding, the light, festive if you wish or just seasonal. Helen and Chris had a touch of both for their wedding at The Gallivant all recorded by Clare Randell

A little blowy and a little rainy but hey it makes for good photo’s

And that festive one

Laura and Anthony had a 1920’s styled wedding and didn’t Laura look great in that beautiful dress and love the children! Thanks to Fay Andre Weddings for the photo’s

Tessa and Jack despite it being December had some great photo’s taken on Camber beach by Pear and Bear Photography

Tess’a lovely winter whites bouquet with anemones, ranunculus, my favourite Majolica spray rose, thistle & wax flower

See what I mean about stoles!

Claire and Joe rounded off the year with their wedding on the 29th December at Strand House – cheers!

And now I am looking forward to this year’s weddings.

2018 at a Glance – Part 1

Not before time I am doing a brief resume of last years weddings. It was a very busy year and of course an extremely hot one! However we kicked off the year immediately with weddings on the 3rd & 4th January.

Firstly Apolline and Brian’s very relaxed wedding, despite the black tie. The ceremony was in Rye Town Hall with the reception at The George in Rye

Apolline & Brian East Sussex Wedding Photography

Apolline’s lovely wild bouquet

Hannah and Chris chose The Gallivant as their venue and despite the time of year got some great shots on the beach and just look at that dress! Photo by Rebecca Campbell Photography

Hannah & Chris on Camber Sands

February gave me the opportunity to do something a bit different as Nicol wanted to have her native South African national flower, the King Protea.  Jacqui Mcsweeney captured her and Guy beautifully at The George in Rye

Nicol & Guy

Nicol & girls with fantastic king protea bouquets

Looking at the next photo it could have been summer but actually still chilly February. Samantha & Byron in Rye taken by Anneli Marinovich

Samantha & Byron

Late March was quite busy with weddings at Blackstock Country EstateThe Royal Wells Hotel and The George in Rye

We then went full on spring in April firstly with a riot of colour for Alex & Natalie’s wedding at Hadlow Manor taken by Matt Harquail

I loved Jo’s 1950’s dress and this great ‘walk about’ photo by Debbie Sanderson

We included Juliet’s name sake rose in her wedding flowers, here she and Steve are taken by Hollie Carlin at Rye Town Hall

And here are the Juliet roses close up incorporated in the Bride & Groom chair floral decorations

Another coastal wedding at The Gallivant Sarah & Steve went for spring pastels with tulips, muscari, thistle, fever few & foliage which all looked lovely against the royal blue bridesmaids dresses. Photo by Richard Paice

Amelia also went for a 1950’s style dress when she & Neal tied the knot at Hellingly Church. Thanks to Clare Fitzsgerald for the photo

We then went into May and what a contrast in weather; Alex and Warren had a very wet day but love this photo

And here they are in the dry!

3 days later Joanna & Ben had the hottest of days, photo by Livvy Hukins

Kat & James had a lovely relaxed wedding in a tipi with jam jar flowers at Fairoak Farm 

And then it was June, what a scorcher! Rosalind & Adam kicked off on the 3rd June. Here are all the girls in the garden of the house where they got ready in the pretty village of Afriston.

Lovely summery milk churn for Lizzie and Dan at Wadhurst Castle

Harriet and Graham also got married there. Thanks to Christine Wehrmeier for the image

Natasha & Dominic had the most amazing gospel choir at their ceremony in Rye Town Hall, the images courtesy of Lisa Devlin

Natasha’s bouquet was a vibrant mix of coral peonies, Miss Piggy roses, cerise & apricot stocks with lime green alchemilla mollis

And that was the 1st six months of 2108 folks!

The Rest of 2017

As per usual the current year’s weddings over took reviewing the previous one so here is a quick run through of some of the remaining 2017. Whites, blush and foliage were predominant with some splashes of colour in Sophie and Marc’s summer brights, Tina and Tom’s sunflowers, Chloe and Mark’s late summer mix and then there was burgundy for Autumn before returning to winter whites for December.

We were in a number of venues – The George in Rye, The Gallivant at Camber, Strand House in Winchelsea, Swallows Oast in Ticehurst, Wadhurst Castle, Blackstock Barn, Hendall Manor, Otham Court near Polgate, High Billinghurst Farm, Surrey, Royal Wells Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, Battle Abbey School, The Schools at Summerhill, Tonbridge, along with a garden wedding in Mayfield.

Rebecca on her way to a garden ceremony

Sophie & her farther down the aisle

Eleanor arriving at The Church
Ricky & Eleanor in a mist of confetti
Outside ceremony at The Gallivant
Foliage table garland

Brilliant shot of Jo and her veil!

Jo and Morgan outside the chapel
Chloe and Mark in a sea of confetti

Collection of bright flower jars for Chloe & Mark’s tables

Tina & Tom’s sunflower wedding at Blackstock Barn

Sam’s autumnal bouquet

Another autumnal wedding, mantle display at The Royal Wells Hotel

Abi & her father

Abi & Adam in Rye

Beautiful winter wonderland shot of Lauren outside The George in rye

Pure elegance, Lauren & Jamie in Rye

Jessica with her maids

Jessica & Mark in the beetle!

Ana & Mike at The George in rye

Ana & all her girls!

Ana & Mike’s beautiful cake by Liz at Sylvia’s Kitchen

And that wedding was on New Year’s Eve so very much the end of the year.

Thanks to the following photographers for their lovely images:







Early Summer Weddings 2017

June is always a popular wedding month which is understandable as the weather is warmer, the days longer and gardens in full bloom as can be seen here for Eleanor and Joe’s wedding at Sprivers Mansion in the heart of the Kent country side

The Rose Garden

Marquee nestled amongst the trees

Blush dresses with complimentary roses & peony bouquets

We did it!

Catherine and Chris went for a mix of ‘English Country Garden’ colours with pinks, blues and ivory including roses, spray roses, muscari, peonies, hydrangea, stocks, larkspur and astrantia. Married in Playden Church with a welcoming arch and the reception at The George in Rye with lovely photographs by Amy O’Boyle from Wookie Photography

The Girls

And how cute are these flower girls

The table urns bursting with colour and fragrance

wedding table urn with flowers

And to round off this wedding – the cake

A total change of colour for Nadine and Dru’s mid month wedding at One Warwick Park in Tunbridge Wells. The flowers included lemon peonies, craspedia, freesia, lisianthus, spray roses, succulents, feverfew and green bell and all shots were taken by Nadine’s brother photographer  Matt Harquail

The bride

The couple

The girls

Flower tea cups on candelabra’s, ideal for the afternoon tea wedding breakfast

Perdy and Nick had a mix of bright flowers for their wedding at Molland Manor House . They got married under the folly decorated with yellow peonies, pink hydrangea’s and roses with the reception in a marquee.

The bridesmaid’s wore different shades of pink so all had slightly different bouquets to compliment.

And you can’t beat a lovely black and white shot


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