Justin and Emma tied the knot on a beautifully sunny Sunday in August. Rare this Summer I know. But it was a properly perfect day.
Emma wanted beautiful big blooms that smelled divine for all the bridal party and church flowers in pale pinks and light apricots, so I used stunningly fragrant garden roses, Freesias, Sweet Peas and Hydrangeas – my idea of heaven. The flowers for the wedding breakfast were kept all cream and white so that they didn’t clash with the dark red walls at Hampton Court House.
Half the tables were decorated with beautifully tall, flower-filled candelabra, whilst the other half of the tables had four vases filled with different single flowers – Stocks, Hydrangea, Roses and Antirrhinum.
Scrummy flowers also filled the tiers of the delicious cake by Sweetie Pies, urns (which were all moved from the Church), and the ever so pretty heart, which I think I may well be in love with. Surely every bride needs one?
The real life wedding photos were taken by the lovely Tony Hart, which I can’t wait to see…so if you could hurry along editing Tony, I would be extremely grateful?!
Our biggest love to Justin and Emma. Thank you for choosing the fairies to make your wedding extra pretty x