Ashley and Bevan were married at The Kingscote Barn back in November. It was a gorgeous day with plenty of sunshine. Ashley wanted a natural palette of colours for her winter wedding. This would compliment the rustic feel of the barn and her bridesmaids who wore pewter / silver dresses. It was also important to include elements of Scottish and English flowers so we ensured heather, roses and thistles were featured throughout the designs.
As Ashley and Bevan didn’t live locally, our first consultation was conducted over the telephone. I was then able to put tother images for them to see how the barn could be styled and ideas for the wedding flowers. We then met when they were next in the area to discuss in more detail the flowers for their day.
The day was captured by Simon Stewart Photography who’s images I wanted to share with you.
Ashley’s Bouquet was filled with avalanche and mentha roses, spray roses, lisianthus, ranunculus, bruina, wax flower and eucalyptus, it was finished with Ashley’s family tartan.
All the bridesmaids and flower girls carried smaller version’s of Ashley’s bouquet in keeping with the theme.
The buttonholes were simple clusters of spray roses, thistles, heather and brunia, tied with a little twine. These little clusters for buttonholes are becoming more and more popular instead of a traditional single flower.
The Kingscote Barn was decorated with a garland of gypsophila along the gallery and buckets of flowers placed on a wood slice with tea lights dressed each table. These were all kept in a natural design to complement the rustic look which was asked for.
It was great to be working with Lee from Strawberry Fields Catering again who ensured that Ashley, Bevan and their guests had the most amazing day.