Caroline & Sean's Wedding at St Anne's Church Singleton & Ferrari's in Longridge

This is the third wedding we've created flowers for for this gorgeous family and all of them have been at this beautiful Church, we have known Caroline and her family for many, many years she used to go to school with our youngest daughter Olivia, and it was a huge honour and privilege to make her wedding flowers for her and to see her so happy.
St Annes in Singleton has the most lovely door arch and it really is a pleasure to dress it, Jason and I had put it up the evening before as the weather forecast was not favourable and it's always a bit tricky being at the top of some ladders in the pouring rain, but one of the benefits of a door arch is that the Bride & Groom can stay protected and framed by floral magnificence whilst the photographer can capture stunning images, the photographer for the day was Chris from H2 Photography and he's allowed us to share a few of his images.
Vicky was looking after the flowers on the day and here are a few of her snaps

 The Arch was in rich vibrant shades and included Peonies, Roses, Hydrangeas and Sweet Peas in hot pinks with a touch of purple
Inside we'd dressed the Pews with posies of fresh Roses, Hydrangeas, Veronica, Sweet Peas, Poppy Seed heads and Herbs
 The super gorgeous Bride's Mum complete with her corsage of fresh Roses to compliment her ensmbe beautifully
 The Bridesmaids were next to arrive and took cover under the Lytch Gate, they all had fresh flowers in their hair and carried bouquets of Roses, peonies, Sweet Peas, Freesia, fresh Herbs and some Partridge feathers too

 Beautiful Bridesmaid's Bouquets in a wild and rustic style, the Memory Lane Roses matched their gown perfectly

 Caroline looked breathtakingly beautiful

These next 2 images are by H2 Photography

 Huge and ginormous congratulations to Sean & Caroline from all of the team here at Flower Design

This image is by H2 Photography
The celebrations moved on to the much warmer, drier and cosier surroundings of Ferrari's at Longridge, all of the tables were dressed with low table designs with a rustic vintage vibe
Posies of fresh flowers set on slices of log with tea light  votives 
 The Top Table design featured fresh jars with succulents, posies of fresh flowers pieces of bark and stacks of books all illuminated by candlelight

Our work here was done huge thanks to Caroline & Sean for choosing us to make their bridal flowers for them


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