Isabelle and John were married at Bishopstrow Church on Thursday 2nd August 2018. Following the couple’s wedding ceremony, the celebrations continued at Priston Mill Tythe Barn.
Isabelle chose shades of blush, ivory and light blue for her flowers. I combined Quicksand, O’Hara and Sweet Avalanche roses with larkspur, veronica, stocks, and lavender. Blue hydrangea, delphinium and eryngium thistle were incorporated to complement the pale blue bridesmaid dresses.
The church was decorated with an impactful urn arrangement and pew ends. After the ceremony, I moved these flowers to Priston Mill where the urn was used to decorate the couple’s gift table and the smaller arrangements were dotted around the barn in little vases.
Tables were decorated with milk churns filled with flowers. Smaller milk churns ran along the top table with small bud vases and candle votives.
The couple’s beautiful cake was provided by Anna Cake Couture and decorated with blooms to tie in with the other arrangements.
‘Just wanted to send you a quick message before we head off on our honeymoon, to say thank you so, so much for our absolutely stunning flowers! We were, and still are, over the moon with them, and you arranged them so beautifully!
The way you decorated the church and barn was gorgeous and I was in love with the way you laid out our top table; the candles weaving in and out looked amazing too!
Weirdly, the top table was one of my worries because it was such a large table, I overthought it all in my mind and kept thinking it might look bare in comparison to the others… But it didn’t! At all! It looked so dreamy! So much of that is thanks to you and your guidance.
Everything was 100000% better than we had imagined, and we already knew it would be beautiful from seeing your work online, the mood-board you sent us, and having met with you. The flowers, colours, scent and arrangement were out of this world and truly made our wedding!– Isabelle
Such a beautiful day and a lovely couple! You’ll find more real wedding inspiration in my gallery.
All photos by Joab Smith Photography.