White Wedding...

Caroline and Chris chose fantastic historic venues for their special day and I was so excited to be creating the floral designs for them. Their preference was for natural country styles incorporating plenty of green and silver-grey foliage to offset the all-white flowers – simply prefect!

White bridal bouquet

I loved creating Caroline’s bouquet as this natural style is one of my current favourites too! The bouquet included roses, lisianthus, phlox, lysimachia and touches of gypsophila for a vintage feel.

Bride and bridesmaids with white bouquets

Both green and grey foliage was used in the bouquet and bridesmaid posies. This included feathery asparagus fern, grey-green trailing eucalyptus and silvery senecio to match the pale grey bridesmaids’ dresses. This sort of simple colour scheme is just so effective!

White flowers in Stamford School Chapel

The ceremony took place in the Stamford School Chapel, which was decorated with large floral displays on vintage milk churns featuring stunning white delphiniums and hydrangeas. These were later moved to the reception venue.

Wedding reception at Rockingham Castle

Rockingham Castle provided the perfect setting for Caroline and Chris to celebrate their wedding – their happy smiles say it all! The dining hall was filled with flowers and foliage, with a little help from Caroline’s friends too.

White wedding centrepiece

The long dining tables were decorated with a mix of vintage-style silver bowls and cut-glass vases filled with white flowers and foliage. The simple colour scheme was perfect in the historic setting.


If you would like to see more of the flowers from this beautiful wedding, do take a look at my website gallery where it is currently being featured. My thanks to Caroline and Chris for allowing me to share some of their fabulous photos, as well as to their amazing photographer, Nicola Thompson Photography.

If you need a little help planning the flower designs for your own special day, do please get in touch through my website or by emailing me at helen@helenjanefloristry.co.uk - I hope to hear from you soon!

Helen x