Mr & Mrs Heald

Sara carried a stunning trailing bouquet of white Orchids

Sara found us whilst searching the internet for a wedding florist who had already decorated Dartmouth House, and I’m so glad she did!

She was marrying the man of her dreams, Richard, at one of my favourite Central London venues – Dartmouth House.

After meeting Sara over a frothy coffee, it was quickly decided that pure white Phalaenopsis Orchids were the theme of the day, and they were to go everywhere…with the exception of a few stems of Amaryllis on all the fireplaces and Registrars table!

I’m going to let the pictures tell the story of the beautiful day, but just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to Sara for being so wonderful to work with, and for the nicest thank you ever! There were tears and everything.

Sara you made a completely beautiful bride, and Rich, a very dashing groom. Huge congratulations to the brand new sparkly Mr & Mrs Heald from all of us at fairy nuff flowers x

Nearly Mrs Heald!

The stunning bride, her gorgeous dress & pretty flowers.

Sara and her stunning Maids...and what a setting?!

All the bridesmaids had fresh Orchids in their hair...

Rich looking handsome and dashing...

The wedding party arrives at Dartmouth House

The only way they could arrive...

There really were Orchids everywhere. Promise!

I love this photo so much. Just married!

Fresh Grand Prix Rose petal confetti welcomed the new Mr & Mrs Heald

And then it was time for a walk around Mayfair!

The new Mrs & Mrs Heald at Dartmouth House

Sara’s stunning shoes!

I think this is my favourite picture of the lot. Stunning.

Amaryllis decorated the amazing fireplace

The magnificent room all set for the Wedding Breakfast

One of Sara’s work colleagues made the lovely cake, & we did the flowers!


The happy couple danced the night away x

Another huge thank you to Sara and Rich’s brill photographer, Justine Ferrari for letting me use all the beautiful photos.

7 thoughts on “Mr & Mrs Heald

  1. Gorgeous flowers and photos! I love London weddings, they’re so chic. The red roses go so well against the union jack flags :o) xx

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