Sarah and Tom 31st March 2018 at Bressingham Hall
Sarah and Tom got married on Saturday the 31st March with the ceremony and reception taking place at the lovely Bressingham Hall in Diss. They wanted the flowers to have a natural, relaxed look with the bouquets not looking too formed, so the flowers were arranged on slightly different levels to give an informal look. Sarah’s bouquet was in beautiful warm champagne and nude pink tones with fresh green foliages mixed throughout the flowers and left to peek out giving the bouquet a natural, soft texture. Flowers including ‘Quicksand’ and ‘Mentha’ nude pink roses, warm champagne ‘Vendella’ roses, some white ‘Ranunculus’, ivory ‘White Lady’ spray roses, clusters of white ‘Heather’ with fresh green ‘Ferns’ and ‘Thlaspi’ foliages mixed through, it was then edged in stunning subtle scented ‘Jasmine’ vines fluttering amongst the blooms. The bridesmaids had a simple posy made from just fluffy white ‘Gyp’ it was then edged in fresh green ‘Pitto’ foliages for a relaxed, informal look. Tom’s and the best man’s buttonhole were a single warm champagne ‘Vendella’ rose backed with green ‘Pitto’ foliages with the other groomsmen having a cluster of fluffy ‘Gyp’ with fresh green foliages nestled in for a beautiful style. A couple of gorgeous milk churns filled with seasonal blooms greeted the guests as they arrived, on the ceremony table they had two designs which were pushed together creating a single long and low design, filled with stunning blooms in champagne and nude pink shades, these arrangements were then moved onto the top table for the evening celebrations. The chairs then had a cute tied bunch filled with seasonal blooms in ivory and nude pink shades, flowers included ivory ‘Ranunculus’, ‘Quicksand’, ‘Mentha’ and ‘Vendella’ roses, ‘White Lady’ spray rose, fluffy white ‘Gyp’ with hints of fresh green foliages and white blossom. The reception area has three hanging frames with lights on, these were decorated with masses if trailing ivy, dark green ‘Soft rusgus’, floaty ‘Asparagus fern’, and ‘Sword Ferns’ making lovely features that wold be enjoyed during the meal and the evening celebrations.