Colour Pops Wedding!

As soon as I met Catherine and Dave at their first consultation I knew I would have fun creating the floral designs for their fabulous wedding at the William Cecil in Stamford. The fact that they would be sharing a wedding anniversary with me made it even better! They were keen to have flower designs in a natural style with lots of different textures and trailing foliage, and the colours they chose were a glorious mix of dusky shades with bright pops of colour, including blue, bright pink, peach and yellow.


 This fabulous wedding is the latest to be featured on my website – do take a look...


Bride's brightly coloured bouquet


Catherine’s natural-style textured bouquet included flowers in soft ivory, pink and peach shades complemented by trailing eucalyptus foliage in a silvery-grey with lime green seeds. Brighter pops of colour were brought in by incorporating  shocking pink nerines, bright blue anemones and trailing clematis and yellow craspedia and solidago – not to mention those fabulous peach/apricot Vuvuzela roses of course!


Bride with her natural style bouquet


Catherine’s bouquet worked really well with the colour and style of her beautiful dress – here she is waiting for the ceremony to begin…


Natural style brightly coloured bridesmaid posies


The same mix of flower and natural trailing style was used to create the posies for the bridesmaids. Not a bad range of colours for November


Bride and bridesmaid with natural style bouquets


I just love those fabulous sparkly dresses!


Flower spray buttonholes


The guys had buttonholes to match with lots of texture and variety, as well as colour, from those spiky blue eryngiums, round yellow craspedia and peachy-pink roses.


Flower heart for wedding ceremony


Can’t resist sharing a picture of the huge flower heart that was hung above the registrar’s table for the ceremony – it made quite a statement! Definitely one of my favourite pieces and I loved making this – even if it did take me rather longer than anticipated…

It was pretty heavy too – luckily the William Cecil has picture rails which were perfect for hanging it from!


After the ceremony the heart was moved to the marquee for the wedding breakfast – see if you can spot it in a later photo…


Bride and groom at wedding ceremony


A serious moment as the ceremony begins…


Marquee at the William Cecil decorated for the wedding reception


This artistic couple created such a lovely fun atmosphere for their wedding, with huge brightly coloured balloons, pinatas, specially made bunting and colourful table gifts for their guests - not to mention the box of dressing up accessories for the photos! So the flowers needed to work with the theme and add further touches of bright colour.


Balloons and flowers for the wedding reception


Here you can see how the simple vases of brightly coloured flowers worked with the colours of the balloons and bunting, as well as the gifts for the lucky guests.


Wedding cake decorated with flowers


Even the wedding cake, which was lovingly made by Catherine’s dad, was decorated with the same mix of flowers


Vase of rainbow coloured flowers


One of the pretty flower vases seen in close-up and filled with spray roses, astrantia, clematis and craspedia


Marquee wedding reception with flower heart


The smiles say it all!


Many thanks to Catherine and Dave for letting me show you some of their photos, and if you are wondering who took the professional images, their brilliant photographer was Dylan Nolte (


If you would like to talk to me about how you can make the most of flowers for your own special day do please get in touch...


Congratulations to Catherine & Dave!