Wild Flowers & Grasses Wedding Day at The Inn at Whitewell for Laura & Gareth Barlow

Laura's style was relaxed understated with an air of effortless simplicity
The wild hand gathered wedding bouquet of hedgerow grasses, wild herbs, brambles and delicate tiny flowers
In this wild flower wedding bouquet I included fresh Heather, wild Yarrow, Scabious seed heads, Thalaspi, Dill, Oregano, Pepper Mint, Blackberries, Astrantia, Nigella, Alchemilla Mollis, Saponaria and lots more loveliness besides

The stems were left naked and the bouquet was tied very simply with lovely ribbon 

The lovely Laura was getting ready in one of the suites at The Inn at Whitewell when Jason presented her with her Bridal Bouquet
The wedding ceremony was in the Orangery at The Inn at Whitewell

The simplest bottles and vases containing simple sprays of fresh wild flowers and grasses were placed on the many windowsills around the room and on the Registrars table

Candlelit rustic lanterns were amongst the hand picked flowers around the room

Laura's beautiful Bridesmaid carried a smaller version of the Bridal bouquet
The Bridesmaids Bouquet of wild flowers, toning beatifully with her taupe shaded gown
Laura looked so relaxed and beautiful and her wild flower wedding bouquet was a simply perfect accessory

Massive Congratulations to Laura & Gareth from all of the team here at Flower Design Events

The spectacular photographer for the day was the truly wonderful Lisa Aldersley

The very simple and perfectly designed "basket" style cake was created by our lovely friends Joe & Janine from Specialized Cakes
The Orangery was transformed from Ceremony Room into an intimate Dinner Party Room
The centre of the table was dressed with a random selection of wild grasses and flowers in a selection of vintage bottles, vases and jars all filled with a grasses, seed heads and herbs

The wedding cake was topped with a miniature version of Bridal Bouquet


Samit said…
Again a masterpiece. you people are doing a fabulous job. Hats off to your work. Being an online florist i had become your big fan and love to visit your blog regularly. and try to learn something new from you.

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