Spring Wedding Flowers


What could be better than being asked to provide the flowers for a gorgeous spring wedding with a beautiful colour palette of lavender, rose pink and paler pastel shades? I'm sure you'll agree the results were stunning...

I am delighted that Debbie and Joe have allowed me to share some of their fabulous wedding photos with you - taken by amazing photographer Georgi Mabee (http://www.georgimabee.com/), so many thanks to you too Georgi!

This wedding is currently being featured in my website gallery, so do pop across to see more photos from this beautiful wedding - and if you would like to chat with me about how you can make the most of flowers at your own wedding do please get in touch with me...

Lavender & dusky pink bridal bouquet

I loved the mix of lavender blue and lilac with rose pink and pale peach - just right for a springtime bouquet! What a pretty brooch Debbie has added too - it's the little details that count...

Bride carrying her springtime bouquet

Debbie's bouquet contained a mix of roses, spray roses, clematis, ranunculus, lisianthus, freesias, narcissi and muscari, with plenty of springtime loveliness. And the touches of pretty gypsophila help to add a delicate touch, which worked so well with the lace detail on Debbie's beautiful dress.

Bridesmaids in lavender blue with their posies

The bridesmaids wore dresses in such a beautiful shade of lavender - I couldn't resist including touches of cleamtis to the designs to pick up the lavender colour. The posies were made to match Debbie's bouquet and dress with touches of dainty gypsophila and delicate lace.

Flower girl designs in pretty pastels

Pretty designs were created for the younger bridesmaid and the little flower girls, which worked beautifully with the other bridal party designs

Flower girl basket of flowers

And here you can see one of the flower girls with her dainty basket of flowers - so pretty for a little girl!

The registrar's table at Normanton Church

The signing of the register at Normanton Church by the new Mr & Mrs! A flower spray was used to decorate the registrar's table too, comprising the same mix of lovely flowers as used for the wedding party designs - Joe even has a buttonhole to match!

The bride and groom after the ceremony

Congratulations to Debbie and Joe - don't they look happy!

Spring pastel flower spray

It's good to use flowers through the day wherever possible. Here you can see the flower spray from the wedding ceremony in it's new place at the reception, adding a splash of gorgeous colour.

Wedding reception at Barnsdale Hall Hotel

The reception took place in the Edith Weston suite at Barnsdale Hall Hotel on Rutland Water. The room looked wonderful when it was dressed with pale lilac chair sashes and touches of lace, which worked so well with the flower designs. Debbie and Joe had chosen a mix of tall candelabra centrepieces with lower bird cage designs, for maximum impact and interest. It all looked simply beautiful...

Candelabra dressed with pastel flowers

The candelabras were dressed with the same mix of flowers that had been used for the wedding party designs, with touches of foliage and clematis trails to give a natural look

Bird cage table centre filled with flowers

Pretty cream bird cages filled with flowers make simple but effective table centres, with vintage style votives to add a touch of candlelight...

Top table dressed with flowers in little vases

And to work with the style of the guest tables, Debbie and Joe decided on a pretty mix of vintage cut glass vases filled with their mix of dainty flowers to dress their top table in style.

I'm sure that you and your guests all had an amazing time!

Helen x