Rob and Abigail – Wedding Bristol September 2013
Their floral style
A wonderfully informal, home made wedding full of little details and personal touches. I used an eclectic mix of flowers, berries and grasses. It was important to Abigail and Rob that I used seasonal flowers. With the wedding being in late Summer/early Autumn there was an abundance of beauties for me to choose from and I was able to provide locally grown flowers for the day.
The bridal bouquet and bridesmaids posies are made up of Dahlias, Spray Roses, Scabious, Astrantia, Feverfew and Limonium. Grasses, berries and Autumn foliage add detail and help create the lovely, informal look.
How to get an entire wedding in a small car!
I love using these mixed bottles with single stems for weddings. It looks so pretty here and is a very cost effective way of decorating your tables!
A brilliant way of getting the most out of your flowers on the day. After your wedding breakfast use your table centres to fill up nooks and crannies, windowsills, mantelpieces and any little spaces.
Tips and Inspiration
I love to use berries and seasonal foliage in wedding designs especially
in Autumn when leaves are turning red. It’s lovely to have interesting little details like this.
They add fun and character to your wedding flowers.
If you are getting married in the Autumn but don’t like typical Autumn colours this is what
I would choose. This is such a beautiful and delicate colour scheme. What a lovely and truly personal wedding.