Small but perfectly formed.

The bride & bridesmaid carried bouquets of Anemones, Roses and Alchemilla Mollis.

Today the fairies were in London Town for Lisa and Richard’s wonderful wedding. Their big day was full of gorgeous touches and details which I so love. And what makes it more amazing, is that Lisa organised it all from the other side of the World!

To have and to hold from this day forward ♥

Lisa lives with her now husband (eeek) and two lovely children in Australia, and found all her suppliers on the internet and through recommendations. She then relied on email to plan her big day from thousands of miles away…and she planned brilliantly!

Handtied buttonholes of Avalanche Roses, Rosemary, Sage & Alchemilla Mollis. The Groom got an Anemone too!

Bouquets packed up and ready to go...

I was lucky enough to be working with my lovely friend Andrea at Cake by Sugar today, who had put together the most fabulous dessert table, filled with the wonderful wedding cake, cute cupcakes and cookies, meringue kisses and cake pops…oh and I had the honour to add a few more Kilner Jars of blooms and plenty of moss!

A mass of all things pretty in cute jam jars decorated the tables...

Lisa was being made extra beautiful by the lovely Kaz Fernando when I delivered the bouquets – an added bonus as I have been waiting an age to meet the make-up queen, who I “met” through the wonderful world twitter (can’t wait to see the pics of your magic make-up Kaz)!

So looking like a proper princess (I’m sure), it was off to Chelsea Registry Office where the Bride and Groom tied the knot. Handily, it was only a short walk (and they did walk) to Bumpkin in South Kensington – a perfect venue for their intimate wedding.

Oh how I love Double Tulips, Ranunculas and Anemones!

The tables were decorated with mismatched jam jars, bottles and sundae glasses, all stuffed full of Anemones, Ranunculas, Avalanche Roses, Double Tulips, Stock, Alchemilla Mollis, Rosemary and Sage – and I can confirm, no two were the same – just the way I like it!

Jam jars and petals - a perfect combination.

You don’t have to pay a fortune for the prettiest tables!

Each guest got a picture frame with their own photo in it as their place setting. Genius.

And so to the dessert table – I’m sure you’ll agree, it looked stunning – Andrea….you’re one talented lady.

The dessert table stuffed full of delicious treats!

How lucky were the guests?!

The guests will get to tuck in to the goodies for their pudding, and will then be given cute goodie bags to fill up and take home for the ultimate midnight feast!

Cute cupcakes on a mossy stand!

And some mini cupcakes and cookies - just in case they’re still hungry

And I couldn’t leave out the Cake Pops now could I?!

And I’ll leave you with a final flowery photo (nope, there was no stopping me).

Even the window ledges got some flowery love.

Huge congratulations to the happy couple, can’t wait to see a few official photos x

12 thoughts on “Small but perfectly formed.

  1. My goodness! I love the flower combination. Colourful, eclectic and *effortlessly* beautiful. Plus that ribbon is adorable! Great job steph. Xx

  2. I can confirm that the flowers were absolutely beautiful, both the bouquets and the table arrangements. It was all perfect. A good combination of flowers, cakes and make up expertise. Great teamwork. thank you all x

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