Wow, I can’t believe that it’s almost the middle of August already! I’m not entirely sure where the year as gone but it has been filled with some terribly pretty flowers including this beautiful coral wedding.
Adam and Georgie married in April at a local church and then headed off to The Great Tythe Barn, Tetbury to celebrate.
As soon as I met Adam and Georgie I knew I wanted to create their wedding flowers. They had a very clear brief on what they wanted for their wedding. With the bridesmaids wearing pale grey dresses, the flowers needed to be bright and colourful and compliment Adam’s bow tie. Georgie had passion for peonies (yay! a girl after my own heart!) and coral ones at that! We decided to team these up with David Austen ‘Juliette’ roses, Miss Piggy Roses, Crespedia, brunia and succulents, there wasn’t really anything not to love.
Georgie wanted to add some personal items to her bouquet, so rings were tied to the bouquet to remind her of loved ones. All the bouquets were finished with trailing ribbons to compliment the flowers.
Adam wore the most amazing coral dickie bow, which I hadn’t seen until the morning of the wedding but instantly fell in love with (who wouldn’t?) Adam’s buttonhole complimented it will and I am a complete sucker for crespedia in a buttonhole!
The Great Tythe Barn was decorated with hand painted bell jars loving made by Georgie and placed on a log slice with a gold sequin table runner, the colours on the table added elegance to a simple coral table flowers.
The cake was made by Hannah Hickman Cakes and decorated with simple clusters of flowers in the coral theme.
The whole day was captured by the talented Rob Tarren Photography. I adore his style of photography and particular love the “bouquets in the air” shot.
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