Monday, 29 July 2013

Giveaway !!!

You may remember , a few weeks ago we featured Pearl Lowes Vintage Craft book on our blog, which we were honoured to be a part of .
If you would like a copy then why not enter our little competition over on our facebook page . We have a signed copy by Pearl herself to giveaway, all you need to do is like and share the FB post to be in with a chance of winning .
Open to everyone, and closing date 12th August . Good Luck ! xxx

Thursday, 25 July 2013

Green Rustic Wedding

This lovely wedding was organised via email and telephone, as our bride Suzanne lives in Sydney . Infact the first time we met, was on the wedding day itself !
Suzanne wanted rustic, organic looking flowers, with lots of interesting green textures . We decorated these jamjars with garden twine, which were to be placed on the tables at one of our local venues Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel . The bridal bouquet completed the whole look with lots of lovely flowers and foliages including hydrangea, lotus seed heads, celosia and hypericum berries, again bound in string. I really like this theme, hope you enjoy looking at the images below .
( And remember just like Suzanne ,if you are a bride reading this, who currently lives abroad but are planning a Uk wedding dont worry we can still help you via the wonderful world of email, skype, FaceTime or a good old fashioned phonecall )

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Pretty Shabby Chic Wedding

This lovely wedding was held in the late spring at St Marys in Rolleston on Dove, and Newton Park Hotel . Very pretty, shabby chic, country wedding flowers. 
The two things i love the most about this wedding, was the lovely little clusters of spray roses we attached along the top table, and secondly the length of Tashas dress. I love prom length dresses . 
Another pretty wedding for a very pretty bride. 

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Peach Wedding Flowers - Packington Moor

This pretty wedding was held last month at St Marys church at Rolleston on Dove, and then at the lovely Packington Moor ( see our last blog post for another wedding at this venue) .
Our bride Kimberley asked us to use peaches and whites, which looked so soft and pretty complementing against the pale bluey/green duck egg coloured bridesmaid dresses. David Austin 'Juliet' was one of the key flowers in this wedding, in my opinion a girl can never go wrong with a David Austin rose. Tis a fact.

Thanks to Daniel Norton Photography for coming along and taking these images for us.