Lime loveliness

The beautiful Hampton Court House. The sun even came out to play for the happy couple.

Saturday saw a return to Hampton Court House for the fairies. Just on the other side of Bushy Park, and opposite Hampton Court Palace, it’s a true hidden gem.

From Monday to Friday it’s a lovely school, with possibly the nicest “playground” I have ever seen, and at the weekend it is transformed in to a stunning wedding venue.

Luckily for me, Lucy and Ben fell in love with it too, and it was their gorgeous and extra stylish wedding we filled with beautiful blooms.

We used a mix of seasonal white and lime green flowers throughout, and we loved the overall effect – oh and the Stock smelled amazing! A mix of high and low table centres were used at the wedding breakfast – a top tip for adding a little more interest on more than one level and good for the budget too.

We will be getting official pictures from their fab photographer in the next few weeks, but thought I would put a few of my snaps up in the meantime…

Huge congratulations to lovely Lucy and Ben – we hope you have a wonderful honeymoon x

Roses, Calla Lilies, Stock, Lisianthus, Larkspur, Myrtle and Rosemary for the blushing bride.

Avalanche Roses, Alchemilla Mollis, Myrtle and Rosemary buttonholes for the boys.

The urns welcomed the guests in to the Wedding Breakfast.

White and green Hydrangea, Larkspur, Lisianthus, Green Bell and Amaranthus filled the urns

Hydrangeas, Stock, Roses, Larkspur, Green Bell and Camilia leafs topped the tall vases

The low bowls were filled with matching flowers...

I couldn’t resist this photo when I headed back to collect plinths, vases and storm lanterns the next day. The happy couple were on their way to collect the flowers, but thought they deserved one more picture on the stage…

The morning after the night before. The flowers were ready to go again!

8 thoughts on “Lime loveliness

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  2. The flowers simply added to the WOW factor of a fabulous day and were a tribute to the stylish, loving and giving couple Lucy and Ben are

    Isabel and Sandy Blades

  3. The flowers were really beautiful and fragrant, not only did they look spectacular on the big day but I can vouch that Lucy’s bouquet and the couple of arrangements we took home lasted two weeks. I was really sad to finally say goodbye to them.
    Marilyn Worsley (mother of the bride)

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