Quintessential English Garden


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Quintessential English garden with elegant restraint

We worked with white and fresh green tones to create a contemporary, modern look whilst the use of blousy Hydrangea, English roses, peonies and sweet peas as the signature flowers kept it soft and romantic.

Quintessential English Garden

Quintessential English Garden

The stunning bouquet of white peonies and lily of the valley, with the bridesmaids posies of white roses and sweet peas.


Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden

We created a gorgeous, sumptuously filled flower arch using hydrangeas, roses, peonies, scented stocks, alchemilla to frame the church entrance. It worked fabulously to greet guests and framed the bride and groom when making their grand exit. While it was wasn’t so much fun constructing this in the rain, we were so delighted with the finished result!


Quintessential English Garden

We then used flowers to guide the eye through the church to the point of the ceremony using pew ends, column cuffs, flower urns and plenty of candlelight. We focused on soft, scented, romantic white flowers including peonies, roses, Lisianthus and hydrangea with lots of lush English foliage.


Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden

We created two table designs to compliment the stunning crystal candelabras; a cluster of silver julep cups domed with the bridal flowers, and sumptuous flower rings of hydrangea, roses and peonies edged with asparagus.


Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden
Quintessential English Garden

Credit to Jeremy Garson of European Events Organisation who really pulled off a spectacular wedding. We look forward to working with you in the future.

Finally thank you to Alex LLoyd for sharing these lovely images with us!

 

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