Hayley and Craig 14th July at Southwood Hall
Hayley and Craig had the ceremony and reception at Southwood Hall, it was a beautiful day so the ceremony took place outside underneath the pergola and the evening celebrations were back in the barn. The bridal bouquet was in beautiful warm neutral and palest nude shades with lots of subtle toned foliages mixed through and left to peak out through the blooms creating a looser look. The bouquets included exquisite ‘Quicksand’ roses, warm champagne ‘Vendella’ roses, a few chalk white ‘Majolica’ spray roses and palest pink ‘Bombastic’ spray roses, palest blue eucalyptus and olive foliages were mixed in with the blooms. The buttonholes linked in with the bouquets, Craig had a warm champagne toned ‘Vendella’ rose with the other groomsmen having a dreamy nude pink ‘Quicksand’, palest blue toned foliages were nestled in at the base of the rose for a pretty, natural look. The corsages were made from palest pink ‘Bombastic’ spray roses cuddled together with subtle foliages linking in beautifully with the rest of the personal flowers. The ceremony and reception flowers were a mixture of lovely summer flowers in an array of seasonal shades, the ceremony table design had a beautiful natural style with the flowers arranged on slightly different levels with lots of foliages worked throughout. Flowers such as ‘Daises’, ‘Cornflowers’, ‘Thistles’, ‘Scabiosa’, ‘Larkspur’ with some nude ‘Quicksand’ and warm champagne ‘Vendella’ roses worked amongst the country flowers liking in with the personal flowers. Cute jam jars filled with country blooms were placed on the floor up the aisle these were then moved into the barn to be enjoyed during the meal and evening celebrations. The table flowers were a super gorgeous, relaxed style made in mis-match jam jars and uses filled with meadowy style flowers in pretty summer shades, flowers including daises, cornflowers, thistles, scabiosa, larkspur, sweet peas, roses, spray roses, grasses, cosmos, with pale blue foliages mixed through to lose the look.