Laura and Christopher got married on the 28th October 2016, the ceremony taking place in a church with the reception at The Norfolk Mead, Coltishall. Laura wanted a relaxed, textual style with lots of foliages flowing out of the designs, for her bouquet she wanted deep, rich reds with soft neutral tones mixed throughout. Her bouquet including the most amazing David Austin, mass petalled red roses, with ‘Red Naomi’ roses, stunning nude ‘Quicksand’ roses, garden style ‘Majolica’ spray roses, with wax flowers, skimmia, and pale blue eucalyptus foliages. The bridesmaids had a simple gypsophila bouquet edged with silvery eucalyptus foliages and finished with lots of trailing silver and ivory ribbons, the flower-girl had something similar but smaller along with a floral crown made from just gypsophila. Christopher’s buttonhole was a gorgeous deep red roses, with a a touch of gyp at the base with silvery eucalyptus foliages, the other groomsmen had gyp clustered together with pale blue foliages these matched in with the bridesmaids beautifully. At the Norfolk Mead Laura and Christopher wanted silver candelabras to stand in the middle of each table with a floral wreath design in rich reds, nudes and neutral tones, flowers included roses, wax flower, spray roses, amaranthus with pale blue eucalyptus foliages.